After more than five years of supporting our site with DNN (DotNetNuke), we’ve decided to move on to bigger and better things and to modernize the site to take advantage of some of the great recent advancements in technology. Today, we officially released our new and vastly improved website. It’s still a work in progress, so please excuse the mess if a couple of things don’t work as they should, and please feel free to contact us with any errors or suggestions that you may have.

There were a myriad of reasons for deciding to move away from DNN as our CMS (content management system) of choice. The chief reason for the shift was due to the architecture of DNN (or rather, the lack thereof). It is bloated, needlessly cumbersome, and it shows that they’ve been updating it “by the seat of their pants” for many years now and that translates to a website that often performs poorly and can significantly increase one’s time to market.