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Future-Friendly Content in Django and WordPress

Companies spend millions optimizing the consumer-facing portions of their sites, but hardly anything optimizing their CMS. Most CMSes, including WordPress and Drupal, present users with a single big box to fit all their content into, but this one-size-fits-all approach often leads to headaches and disappointment. Kevin Zurawel and Myke Bates will show you how to break out of the box with structured content, and demonstrate some approaches to structuring content in Django and WordPress for happier users, happier developers, and a better Web.

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  • Jon K.

    I'm sorry I won't be around for this one. See you all next time!

    March 4, 2012

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