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Web Content Management: A Collaborative Approach by Russell Nakano

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Chapter Four. Best Practices for Collaborative Web Development

 

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Executive Summary

The fundamental problem of web development is to rapidly and precisely produce changes that are responsive to business needs. The goal is to efficiently organize people, processes, and tools around ...

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