More from Daniel Jacobson on NPR’s content management ecosystem

Programmable Web: Daniel Jacobson: “Content Portability: Building an API is Not Enough” Previous entries in the series: Programmable Web: Daniel Jacobson: Content Modularity: More Than Just Data Normalization Programmable Web: Daniel Jacobson: COPE: Create Once, Publish Everywhere You can read much more from the NPR team on their blog at Inside A recent post […]

Continue reading →

What is ETL and CMS?

You’re a programmer with a task to retrieve information from some source, manipulate and message it, and to deploy it somewhere. Like all things in programming, there is an acronym for that: “ETL”. ETL stands for Extract, Transform, and Load. The Wikipedia page is pretty thorough in its summary of the topic and reviews many […]

Continue reading → moves to Drupal

Dries Buytaert: using Drupal Tim O’Reilly: Thoughts on the switch to Drupal PDF: Goes Drupal Content Here: Is Drupal the right platform for I think you can trace this way back to 2004 and Howard Dean’s run for the presidency. Their team chose Drupal as the framework to leverage for their […]

Continue reading →