Moving from WordPress
For the last 10 years or so, I have been blogging on WordPress. I started with a free blog and then eventually started self-hosting it on Bluehost. But in that 10 years, my blog has grown cluttered and slow. I've changed domain names twice. I've uploaded tons of photos and videos, and have a long list of draft posts. I tried many times to find a direction for my blog but there was just so much to remove and edit. In the end, I decided to just nuke it and transfer to a platform that is just focused on blogging instead of being overwhelmed by WordPress. So here I am now on Ghost.
What then is the new direction for this blog? Well, I've always wanted to document what I am learning in my field and have something to show as a portfolio of sorts. Especially now that I am trying to transition to information security, it's important that I can demonstrate my learnings, the skills I've developed, and what I am still planning to improve on. As such, this blog will be mainly about infosec topics though I will occasionally write about how I'm progressing with my Japanese language studies.
Since I already have some infosec articles in my old WordPress blog, I will just be exporting them here. So any post that you see that are dated older than this post are from WordPress.
I guess that's all for now. See you in the next post!