The internet as we know it has transformed much over the last decade and a half. We consume content from devices of all shapes and sizes. Developing a site that is ready to work in most or all of these scenarios can be tough, but even tougher can be testing to see if the site works on such a wide variety of web browsers and devices.
Websites get attacked. This is an unfortunate side-effect to being part of the public web. It is pretty safe to assume that somewhere at this very moment, a website you have heard of is being actively attacked. Scary right? It doesn’t have to be.
I’ve been asked a few times why I use Drupal instead of Wordpress or another CMS. This is a pretty common question across the internet these days too. A lot of the reason to use any system like these has a lot to do with what you are working on and what your ability level is. It could even come down to which one you think has the cooler logo (Drupal, of course) or the better community (I’m biased, but it has to be Drupal).