Blogger Hosting Why I moved to

Blogger Hosting the Simple Solution 🍳

Blogger to WordPress (commercial), my journey through different content management platforms. As an illustration, WordPress configures and maintains the hosting. Also, my goal is to have a simple location to share my work with you. Thus, this enables me to focus on my hobbies, without having to touch code or configure anything. Yet, I still need to configure WordPress, but it’s simple and easier than writing code. As much as I love coding at work, I prefer not to do so when I’m working on my personal time.

Technologies Conquering my time but wasn’t end Game

At the present time, I created a short list describing my experience with content management tools. Thus, my hope is that this list can help you in making your choice of what platform to use. In the same light, if you have any questions or comments, feel free to post em.

Featured Image 🖼️

Today’s featured image is a Leo. I know it looks like I went to the zoo. Yet, I draw it while on my Killington ski trip. In the first place, it started as a flare, but then it turned into a Leo because a friend suggested the idea. Also, I will create a post describing my experience going to Vermont to ski.

Blogger Inspiration
Blogger Inspiration
  • Azure
    • Amazing tooling
    • Easy to use
    • Quickly spin up servers
  • WordPress
    • Large blogging community
    • Easy publishing tools
    • Import and export content
  • GoDaddy
    • I originally used them as a host
      • Didn’t like the experience, seemed confusing to me, but got the job done
  • Umbraco
    • Great if your a developer eager to code
    • Required a lot of work customize
    • Lack of themes
  • Better CMS
    • MVC and C# mostly, with a simple markup editor with simple CMS backend
      • This was okay for a short while, but I quickly noticed that it took my attention away from my goals.
      • It also had many issues and not actively being worked on

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