3 years ago I first heard Pat Helland delivering a very interesting talk titled "Metropolis" where he spoke about how most people today are still building custom software like artisans and craftsman who built most things prior to the industrial revolution. This means that software is difficult and expensive to build, prone to delays and missed estimates. One of the key factors in changing this for manufactured goods was the ability of standardization to introduce ways that manufacturers could buy rather than build most of the components that they need. On today's episode we meet with Shaun Walker and the team from DotNetNuke corporation to discuss how DNN is on the forefront of SaaS and modular software.
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