This blog post has been floating around in the back of my mind for many weeks, along with another, more technical post on ExtBase, which I hope to compose over the holidays. The prompt for this post has been the question "why do we continue to use TYPO3?"—a question I often ask myself during my day at Cast Iron Coding.
Creighton relies on Cast Iron Coding for advanced TYPO3 troubleshooting and development. When the site suffered from performance problems, Creighton came to CIC for a solution.
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Creighton University relies on TYPO3 for both their institutional site and numerous departmental and administrative sites. After experiencing problems scaling the installation, Creighton came to Cast Iron Coding to help them resolve their performance issues. Cast Iron Coding performed a detailed audit and analysis of the site and corrected a number of problems leading to reduced performance.
Frontend Designer: Creighton University Backend Developer: Cast Iron Coding