Well that didn’t take long. Two blog posts in March of 2019 and that was all she wrote. Let’s give this another go.

Going to stick with Hugo static site generator and Github Pages for now.

I’ve been kicking around the idea of building a blogging patform with .Net Core and documenting the entire process. The idea being that once it got to a point of being usable I’d replace the current platform with my very own homebrew DIY blogging platform. I may do that at some point in the future, but for now I think that just building a good habit of putting out some posts is a good idea.

There’s an open source project that popped up recently that I’m interested in called Codidact. Apparently there’s been some turmoil at StackOverflow and the idea with this project is to build a community driven Q&A platform with features and the community input that StackOverflow is lacking. It seems like a good idea. I really like that it’s open source and it’s kind of a greenfield project.

I’m also going to be creating a page here on the blog where I can drop all of the code snippets that I find useful. There are some things that no matter how many times I use them, when I need them I still have to hop out to DuckDuckGo and try to find something that I’ve used in the past.

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