Last August my company landed a new project to refurbish some Payday lending websites.  As part of that project it was my task to find a .Net and MVC compatible CMS to move some legacy VB.Net websites to a new CMS based platform. 

Recently, I teamed up with a group of front end developers on a project to launch a fully responsive web site. Things were going smoothly until the content entry portion of the project started. I started to get ticket after ticket in my queue...

Let me preface this blog by saying I have done a fair amount of both administering and developing for SharePoint 2007 / 2010 and Sitecore versions 6.x – 7. In my experience, I have found that some IT professionals have a love affair with SharePoint. For this reason, they see SharePoint as something that can be bigger than a simple intranet. This brings me to a common question I have been asked, “Should I use SharePoint as a CMS for my public facing website?”