Once again I’m reworking my personal website and blog. This time I’m aiming to journal my progress through projects that I work on in my free time (such as Vim plugins) as well as the odd rant or tutorial post, as I have written in the past. I felt that trying to force myself to write large posts about huge topics and problems on a regular basis was just too difficult to keep up with in those precious few hours I have during some evenings. So my new goal is to journal my progress through my personal projects which should show other hows I work (sort of) and potentially teach other developers some neat tricks I didn’t realise were that neat.
I’ve decided to drop back to WordPress, which I think is the third flip between a static (Octopress) and WordPress powered blog, which I am very happy with. The theme is brilliant and amazingly configurable, CloudFlare is optimising the hell out of it and I have a few plugins managing security enhancements and SEO tweaks on my behalf. Setting up the install through my host, WebFaction, was painless and smooth, I couldn’t be happier really.
I hope to have many years of use out of my current set-up which will provide fresh insight and knowledge for as many developer as possible.
Here we go again…