> I agree with the CMS as the way to go, but you do loose your ability to
> customise your software?
I disagree. If you download Drupal you can definitely modify the source code.
> Then the Framework should site in the middle, but skills wise your pushing
> both now PHP and cake or Zend or Ruby on Rails, so your starting to have two
> angles to be attacked on Framework skills plus PHP or PERL or RUBY etc.
That would depend on how well written and documented the framework is.
Also with the framework you're learning your way around massively
peer-reviewed code. When you spin it up yourself, you might not have
anyone review the quality of your code.
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