I’ve moved my blog from my corporate web site and split the blog into two blogs: one that covers my life in general and the obstacles encountered while starting and growing two small business (this blog) from a high level, and a second blog that only covers the gory technical details that I encounter while grappling with software development.
It seemed that I had two audiences, two distinct groups that don’t normally overlap: entrepreneurs and programmers. The former would suggest fewer postings on the intricacies of git and more business stuff, while the latter would suggest the opposite.
Since I started my consultancy some five years ago and started blogging about it, I never envisioned so many people would read my blog. Over time, the readership has continued to grow. I always appreciated all of the comments and support.
However, all of the comments are now gone as they didn’t survive the transfer. Quite a few of the original blog postings didn’t transfer either, but I will manually try to resurrect the ones that were most visited.
In a way, I’m starting over. And it seems like this was a good time to do it. Looking ahead, this is going to be my busiest year ever.
I’m in the process of migrating my corporate website from ASP.NET to a LAMP stack, while completely rewriting it. I’m launching several new iOS apps. I’m also working on a second degree while taking in freelancing work.