Building and maintaining a content management system for a high-traffic, public website is very challenging. Developers need to have a rational, safe and well-documented system for getting code from their local computer, into a testing environment, and then deployed to a production web server. For the UTC CMS Migration project, we have chosen a system built with technology supplied by Acquia, a software-as-a-service company that provides enterprise products, services, and technical support for the open-source web content management platform Drupal.
Archives for August 2019
Do you remember that feeling you had when you were on your way to your first day of school? A mix of excitement, anticipation, maybe a little fear and trepidation for the work that is to come? First days can be filled equally with mixed emotions for new employees.
Well, on the web team we have grown exponentially in the last year. First, Mike Flores joined Chris Gilligan in January and they have anchored our development work this year. And, on August 15, we increased the development team by one third. Bernardo Martinez is our newest web programmer and now part of the UTC web triumvirate.
The finish line has been set for months.
The crowd grows anxious as the race date nears.
The race organizers wait with anticipation as the coach assures them everything is moving ahead as planned.
The racers have trained, trained and trained some more. They’ve met hurdles that seemed far too high. But through perseverance and dedication, they are nearing the starting line.