homepage back up

My old web page had been down for more than a year.

It had used an old version of TurboGears which eventually my provider stopped supporting and then finally last month my account expired and I didn't renew.
So it was really without a home.  This weekend I decided that I should put it back up.  It's been pretty good to me, it got me this great job because they found my resume on my site.

As I got the old files I found that I actually had more than 3 versions of the site.  The very first one was using Microsoft FrontPage.  My backup was littered with .htm files.

Later I had used PHP, and quite a bit. It's interesting how I used PHP more as programming language and less as a templating language.  It was difficult to understand how the site looked, it was all code and functions.  I had to use the Wayback Machine to find out what it really looked like.

Finally I had used Python and TurboGears.  After that I pretty much left alone, until now.

Since I like learning new things the site is running on Google App Engine with the go backend.  However, I'm not use any of the backend yet, it's basically a static page written in AngularJs.

It's going to take me a while to get all the pages up again, but at least I have a home site again, good to see you again old girl.


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