I’ve been blogging for 10 years now, starting with a simple opinion on UML. In those 10 years, I’ve had productive and less productive years, in regards to writing. Recently, I’ve had the pleasure of getting involved in HitSubscribe (by Erik Dietrich and his wife Amanda), allowing me to combine something I like with an advancement for my career. Here’s a recap of what I have already published. For Submain, I wrote an article titled Commented Out Code Is Junk

If you’re reading this, you may have noticed that you’re currently on petermorlion.com, the address of my blog. It’s a custom domain, served over SSL. Behind the scenes, I’m running the Ghost blogging software on Azure, with Cloudflare in front of it all. I recently had to set this all up again (due to updating Ghost), so I thought I might document the necessary steps. Setting up Ghost on Azure Setting up Ghost on Azure is quite simple. Ghost doesn’t

After having moved all my posts from Blogger to Ghost, I was left with the problem that Blogger doesn’t allow for 301 redirects. Granted, I don’t think I have that many incoming links out in the wild, but as a former SEO-guy, I wanted to do things right. Unfortunately, Blogger doesn’t allow me to do things right (I need access to .htaccess). So the next best thing I could think of, was displaying a user-friendly message, redirecting users to my

After having blogged on Blogger/Blogspot, for about 7 years (has it been this long?!), and having written 98 posts (this is number 99!), it’s time to move on to something more professional. First and foremost, I now have my own domain name: www.petermorlion.com. Secondly, I’ve decided to move platforms. While Blogger has served me well, it’s starting to feel old and in need of some love from Google, which it doesn’t seem to be getting. The Ghost blogging platform attracted