$ing£e $ign On

One of the biggest causes of heartburn I’ve seen on projects is when organizations want single sign on. It should be simple! On the surface, it’s simple, right? Why remember a bunch of passwords, when you can just tie those systems together and have them use the same login across them
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CMS, Framework, or DIY: How do you choose?

Web developers and web development companies frequently start each project as if they only things that need to be built require merely different types of nails, and luckily they have a hammer. In fact, they often call themselves “Drupal developers” or “Ruby on Rails developers” rather
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