Here is Google (search engine):
Here is Bing (decision engine):
Decision made! :-)
"Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch'intrate" (Abandon all hope, ye who enter here)At this point it is generally decided that change is requiredd and so the business will create a vision to explain where we need to head and how everybody will feel when we get there. They then "sell" this new vision to the people and this helps to create the feeling of optimism and hope that are required in order to bring about action to enact the change.
I've been thinking about CMS for a while and recently decided to get back in to using Graffiti CMS as my CMS tool of choice. I've used Graffiti before and I believe that, for a .NET developer, it is probably one of the best CMS tools around.
Late last week I downloaded it and used it to bang out this simple little hockey club website - http://web9ecf9dd.titan.studiocoast.com.au/. Over the next few days I’m going to add several articles which explain how to get up and running using Graffiti and you will see the topics of these articles from the text in square brackets in the bullet pointed list below.
The things that I like about Graffiti CMS are that:
My Move to Graffiti - nice comparison of different tools
Remember that although I've jabbered on a lot about tools here, often its the practices and workflows that make a bigger difference. Tools can certainly make it much easier to use a good set of practices, but in the end it's up to the people to use an effective way of working for their environment. I like to see approaches that allow many small changes that are rapidly integrated using Continuous Integration. I'd rather use a poor tool with CI than a good tool without.