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Not All Code is Created Equal
Friday, May 11, 2012
Mike Aguilar

Have you ever been tasked with the burden of finding the perfect content management system (CMS) for your web site? You just might have found this blog post on the brink of abandoning your effort to select the perfect digital publishing tool. Whether your business is large or small, finding the right CMS is enough to drive any sane person insane.

How does one find the perfect tool for their web site? There are as many answers to this question as there are seconds in a minute, minutes in an hour, hours in a day...well you get the idea. Undoubtedly, you've stumbled across some of the larger content management systems in your quest for perfection. They've all bragged about how their software is on the cutting edge of technology and how their code is the best on the web. That sounds great sign me up! In all seriousness simply stating that your code is better than others is kind of like saying all men and women are created equal. True all men and women have the right to equal opportunity and privileges but not one human being is the same as another and much like humans not all code is created equal.

What makes Platformic code better than its competitors? Over 40 years combined development experience, a full service quality assurance team and the very best professional services department in the industry. There is more to Platformic code than experience and support however, there is a deeper sense of pride that comes from its creators. Platformic developers fight for their code and stand strong in the face of adversity. Never developing code just to feed their egos, clients can be certain that the code delivered by Platformic development is created with purpose and not just for fluff.

Is all code created equal? Hopefully by now you understand the answer to that question is no. However, if there is still any doubt check out some of the useful links above. Let a Platformic team member elaborate on the tip of the digital iceberg touched in this article. Best of luck in your search!