[thelist] PHP, ASP.net, AJAX

Kevin Timmins kipper_timmins at live.co.uk
Wed Aug 20 05:18:26 CDT 2008

yeah i understand there are alot already out there, but this is more for 
self education and my cv, plus also it does exactly what I want it to do 
which when combined with websites that i have built should in theory flow 
alot better than using another CMS because i will know it better and things 
like that. vanity also probably comes into it too, but i still think to be 
able to turn round and say "yeah i made that content management system, 
every last bit of it" would be a very nice thing to say to people. I also 
plan on building a forum at somepoint, again for exactly the same reasons.
take care

From: "Martin Burns" <martin at easyweb.co.uk>
Sent: Wednesday, August 20, 2008 12:32 AM
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Subject: Re: [thelist] PHP, ASP.net, AJAX

> On 19 Aug 2008, at 11:55, Kevin Timmins wrote:
>> one thing I want to apply this to is my CMS that I am planning on
>> building
> Yeah, about that.
> These days, there are many very competent CMSs out there. The reasons
> to add to them are few, and generally boil down to:
> 1) Self-education
> 2) Vanity
> Not saying that either of those are bad/invalid reasons, but the days
> of *having* to custom-code a publishing system[1] are a long-time gone.
> Cheers
> Martin
> [1] In those days, licensing Allaire Spectra at £70k a server was
> considered *cheap*.
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