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We recently launched a portfolio site for Interior Designer Jimmy Jamieson. Custom CMS using Ruby on Rails on the backend and a good use of XHTML, CSS and Javascript on the front end.

Jamieson www.jamiesondesign.com

Recent tweet:

@kylecordes it really depends on the requirements of the site/design/end user of the CMS... but one to take a look at is Silverstripe – @aaronhinni

Technologies we Rock:

Besides Ruby on Rails, we are well versed with other goodies like Javascript, PHP, Perl, Ruby without the Rails, C/C++, Objective C, Smalltalk, Erlang, and the list goes on and on.