Software developers possess a set of coding skills that have been nurtured and maintained throughout years of experience. These are the skills that help you through the complex task of breathing life into any application – from initial design to entirely building out your data access, business logic and presentation.
Your .NET skills are universal. So why should you relearn everything you already know?
A good CMS builds on top of your .NET knowledge and helps you take care of tasks that are more complex or simply mundane and repetitive. A CMS works for developers – building things like page and content management, infrastructure, security and great usability on top of what you already do.
Join us for the Webinar “Bring Your Existing .NET Skills to a CMS” where we will discuss how to:
- Use the CMS as a repository for any data-driven application scenario
- Plug in existing or standard code into an interface your business users will love
- Let the CMS framework focus on the infrastructure while you focus on the business requirements
Standard technology gives you speed, power and flexibility to deliver any solution. Your CMS should supplement these skills – not replace them.