Originally Posted by BBII
There's more to this thing than a shiny front-end website. The ugly stuff is guaranteed to be locked in the back. If you've ever looked at the systems CMS uses to this very day, you'd know it to be true.
So far I've seen no evidence that the problem is outdated technology. All of the ignoramuses complaining about the tech used are pointing at either the front end, or now the supposed use of DB2. In both cases, the technology being pointed at is actually quite reasonably modern and/or suited to the purpose.
Seriously, when someone says ZOMG they are using DB2 which "is a 30 year old technology not built for the web" then you know they don't have the first damn clue what they are talking about, and are just parroting some other idiot.