A little website spring-cleaning

My expertise in computing falls mostly in the Sand-to-C part of the stack, with relatively little interaction with the nebulous underpinnings of the modern Internets. Even maintaining a wordpress blog to document my projects is more of a hassle than I would like, but alas, here we are. After a few wordpress upgrades (and a lot of projects), things had gotten both very slow and fairly crowded around here. I finally sat down yesterday and sorted out the back-end issues that were making the site so slow (I put the blame squarely on a nefarious plug-in), and organized my projects into categories to make it a little easier to navigate.

I also have actually been fairly active project-wise in the last year or so, even though I’ve been lax about my documentation. Hopefully I’ll change that and make some progress on my documentation backlog in the near future.