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Web Content Management: A Collaborative Approach by Russell Nakano

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Chapter Ten. Summary and Conclusions

 

The philosophy of one century is the common sense of the next.

 
 --Henry Ward Beecher

Executive Summary

We revisit the five rules introduced in Chapter 1. The rules remind us to focus on our assets, to adopt an iterative approach to development, to be responsive to customers, to make it easy for content contributors to create and modify assets, and to build a manageable and reproducible infrastructure. These imperatives challenge us to organize web development activities for efficiency and responsiveness. Core challenges include the following:

  • Instituting versioning

  • Managing concurrency

  • Managing project completion skew

  • Building a manageable deployment infrastructure

  • Exploiting workflow to compress work cycles

  • Separating ...

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