Recently, the fine folks at CMS-Connected gave me the opportunity to become a periodic guest for the CMS in the Spotlight segment of their show. CMS-Connected is an hour-long monthly news webcast that focuses on the content management industry. For the January show we had Joomla! in the spotlight, but once we went live I soon found myself challenged to adequately cover the CMS given short period of time and format. I've got a lot of respect for hosts Tyler Pyburn, Scott Liewehr, and other guests that make this video stuff look so easy.
Today, two things are now quite obvious to me. First, I really need to improve my video presence before the next time I'm a guest on CMS-Connected. Secondly, I have a lot more to say about Joomla! than I was able to present of the live webcast. So the video below contains additional comments I have about Joomla!, Joomla 3.0, open source, people, and the business side of Joomla! If you're new to Joomla! I think I present a great introduction to this CMS and if you're a long-time Joomla! user I hope you realize I'm talking about and appreciating you. Let me warn you ahead of time, the video isn't production material as it was done more as a proof of concept for whether presenting a CMS in video format is a right fit for me.Update: A recording of January's show can now be found on the CMS-Connected site.
Bryan Ruby is the owner and editor for CMS Report. He founded CMSReport.com in 2006 on the belief that information technologists, website owners, and web developers desired visiting sites where they could learn about content management systems without the sales pitch. Besides this site, you can follow Bryan at Google+ and Twitter.