Why we need Content Models

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    Introduction: One of the big challenges we face as part of managing web content is to keep up with capturing and maintaining the content’s underlying framework rules and logic in a place where it can be accessed by everyone. We are not talking about documenting the various business logic validations that occur on […]

MarkLogic Gets JavaScript

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Six months ago, I was down at the MarkLogic World San Francisco conference just south of SFO, listening to the opening speeches. I was there primarily to hear more about what would end up being in the second phase of their Semantics offering, when a mention was made about V8 integration. Now V8 in this […]

Data Virtualization Comes of Age

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Tell me what I want to know and what I need to know. In an ideal world, that simple request should be easy for most data systems to answer. You ask a computer “What areas should we be investing in to get the maximum return for our investments? Who are the best people in the […]

Migrating to a new Web Content Management System

Over the last two years I’ve noticed several clients starting projects to migrate to new web content management systems (CMS). The maturity of enterprise CMS systems has steadily advanced with automated features and benefits. The time necessary for designing new web pages and publishing them has shortened, and most importantly, the development cycle has diminished […]