Once again, I’ve changed my blog

So for the last 4 years I’ve been writing websites in various assortments of Coldfusion goodness. Lots of CFML, rendered via Coldfusion Server or Railo, with more and more CFScript and CFCs, with ever increasing amounts of JSON thrown in to talk to jQuery, who’s just introduced me to his cousin jQuery Mobile (I never really got on that well with jQuery UI, I should give him a second chance), and of course, I’ve always been bestest buds with MySQL.

I don’t need to mention HTML and CSS, they’re like the great grandparents of RIAs.

A long time ago, me and PHP used to be friends. But not any more. It’s dirty, and I don’t like it.

So I’ve ditched the bloated, fat, ugly wordpress, and I’m now happily sitting on a barely modified at all BlogCFC install! I’ve obviously brought my darling Lady Skeater along with me, who I will be forcing to use her blog more often to help promote Coldfusion in the world, and I’m also planning on actually writing into this blog more often.

I know I’ve said that before, but this time I’ve got a plan. I’m going to write about what I do – as in code stuff. I think I’ll stick with it for a few reasons, 1) I’ve actually got stuff to talk about, 2) It means I can dig out useful code snippets that I keep forgetting and 3) I don’t sleep well enough to write down my dreams anymore. So I’ve got to replace them with something.

Anyway, I’m currently migrating old wordpress entries across before I get rid of it completely, but that shouldn’t take too long.

So there you have it, that’s 2 of the things done from my list of 5 things that should have been completed by 25th September. Awesome


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