I’ve made some changes to my blog.
When i started blogging, I didn’t know quite what to expect. Over time, two main topics emerged: PHP and Politics. I’ve decided that the two topics should really be two separate blogs. This blog will continue to focus on PHP, software design, web design, agile methods and open source. To reflect the tighter focus, I’ve renamed this blog from Jeff Moore’s Blog to Professional PHP. (Getting rid of the bad-software revealing apostrophe in the name was a major goal.)
The old posts on these topics remain on this blog, but are redirected to Lively Debate. There will be no new “non-professional” content here.
As part of the process of bifurcating blogs, I’ve changed the category structure here as well. Some categories have been moved. The software development category has been deprecated. All the posts except this one have been removed from that category.
Some people subscribed to the software development category in order to avoid the political content. If you have done so, I would encourage you to subscribe to the main site feed now. In a couple weeks, I will delete the software development category and redirect the feed to the main site feed. (Once the political content slides off the bottom of the feed.)
My summer posting hiatus should be over (my blades broke and frost will soon drive me from the garden). I have a backlog of draft posts to clear out. I’ve been waiting to post until after making these changes and am anxious to start again.
I apologize for any technical inconvenience of the switchover (new blog, new name, new theme, new categories and new hosting).
I want to say thanks to those who actually read my ramblings.