New job, new site design

I got a full-time job! Full-stack software developer at Faithlife—just finished my second week. Anyway, now that no longer have to sell myself as either a freelancer or a job applicant, I figured I can adjust this site to focus more on my writing.

What will I write about? We’ll find out. My posts have been pretty code-focused lately, but that was mostly to serve a marketing purpose. I plan to branch out more in the future.

The design’s definitely a work in progress. I’d love to improve the typography, for starters (I’m very inspired by Butterick’s Practical Typography on that front). Maybe add a dark color theme as well (which Butterick is not fond of, ironically).

But all in good time. This post is mainly just an acknowledgement that Things Have Changed here.

Found an error or typo in this post you’d like to fix? Send me a pull request on GitHub!

Want to publish this article on your blog, in your magazine, or anywhere else? This post, like most of the content on my website, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license, so you’re welcome to share it wherever and however you please, as long as you cite me as the author. I’d also enjoy hearing from you if you do publish this somewhere, but that’s totally up to you.