It’s been two and a half years since I last blogged.

Back then, I used an alpha version of D7 that didn’t even have imagefield working properly. In time, the installation became too annoying to remigrate (there was no upgrade path for pre-releases), and I decided that Twitter was a better medium for what I wanted to say, so I closed the blog.

Fast forward to May 2013, I’ve slowly filled up a queue of technical topics I want to discuss, so I’ve decided to reopen a blog. Also decided I want a hosted solution, but not Drupal Gardens, since I’m already very familiar with Drupal 7. Instead, I am giving WordPress a shot for the first time. It fits nicely with my efforts to get off the island this year, branch into other projects and work on new things. So far I’ve had a lot of fun playing and developing with Silex and AngularJS, as well as contributing to an oauth2 server library. The pull of Python is always strong, too. Fun times ahead, especially considering the approaching Drupal 8 and the many advances it brings.

So, here we go…