There used to be a time when I designed websites purely by hard coding it on notepad. I’ve been most at home that way as working on platforms would sometimes format the code in ways I didn’t find neat or appealing. Over the years, with the rise of social and professional platforms such as Facebook and LinkedIn, I’ve found less need for having my own website as the information was starting to become redundant aside from using it as storage for files that I needed public access to or code I wanted to test out. Recently though as the string of privacy issues have started creeping up, I’ve decided to revive this and for the first time, switch to a blogging back end. Also, it was probably about time I removed all the older blog entries since well… I’ve grown up. So, welcome back.