Glad to have you as a visitor Greg. I’m def. not a programmer by any means, but I get the sense that once people try to do more intense things w/ wordpress and can’t, people will look to other options.
But the intention of this post wasn’t so much about the backend tech. as much as the front end content…]]>
First off.. thanks so much for the tip of the cap. Happy to gobble up your time. 🙂
I am not familiar with WordPress, but I must say that after six months of experimenting Drupal is really starting to blow me away. I’m not sure how flexible wordpress is but I get the sense you could do anything with Drupal that you had the imagination and PHP skills for. You could definitely do all kinds of Data Crunching aside from the ability to build custom modules, etc. I’m really interested in it and despite how disorienting it is at first.. I’m really happy I’m using it. Best of all, I feel like it is something I could still be using in 5 years.]]>
I’ve been testing CMS at work and, coming from a wordpress background, found drupal to be rather ungainly.
I’d wager that almost all the things you want to do re: templating can be achieved relatively simply with wordpress easier than drupal.]]>