Bringing this blog back to life!

My previous blog post was published on the 28th of April 2012, almost four years ago! I’ve kept the blog online for reference purposes, as I still get a bit of traffic from people Gooling for various .NET-related topics.

As most programmers, I return from a period of absence from writing not by writing something new, but by upgrading my blog platform. I’ve migrated all my old content over from Toto, the 10 second blog-engine for hackers to Hugo, A Fast & Modern Static Website Engine. The reason for the move was the fact that I wanted a static, fully customizable platform. Toto runs on Ruby, and hasn’t received any commits since 2013.

All the old content is available in a separate section called Blog Archive. I’ve kept the old URLs working so that I don’t loose any Google-mojo this blog might have left. I wanted to keep these posts separate, as they span the years 2005 to 2012, and allot of the content is outdated. Going forward the content on my page will probably be more diverse and cover other topics that interest me; such as traveling, triathlon training, GoPro videography and the under water world. Hugo has great support for organizing your content, so I might set up different sections for specific projects or types of content.

The first major project I will cover on this blog is my build of the SeeStar II open-source underwater time-lapse imaging system. I will introduce this project in a separate post.

Jonas Follesø

Programmer, Triathlete, Traveler, Under Water Enthusiast and GoPro Videographer from Trondheim, Norway. Works as Chief Scientist and Manager at Bekk Consulting AS.

Trondheim, Norway http://jonas.follesoe.no