This website/blog is in a process of a redesign, both in formatting and in content. My plan is to create a really great website by the start of 2016. The template has already changed dramatically since February. This site even has a new logo.
My blog posts will be separated into three different blogs—a technical blog focused on the .NET ecosystem (blog.netundocumented.com), a personal blog (blog.wesnermoise.com) and a company blog (blog.softperson.com). Each category in the blog has its own feed. There will also be an aggregate feed that combines the feeds from the different sites.
The blog won’t resemble a traditional blog but more like a news site or reference site. The blogs posts will become normal website pages, organized by topic rather than by date, and the urls will change and no longer be date-dependent. XML feeds will simply indicate the modified and new pages. The goal is to create a high-traffic, high-signal-to-noise technical website, which contains guides, news, lists, links and possibly interactive content. The model for these websites is other high-traffic commercial websites rather than personal blogs.
I wrote a new blog engine and I will be migrating my blogs from the Typepad blog-hosting site to my own servers. The Typepad blog will redirect to my servers. The old permalinks will redirect to the new permalinks. With the new blog engine, I will be able to customize the blog fully and add all kinds of advanced features. It will also automate any repetitive tasks.
At some point in the next few months, I will be reviewing all blog posts and adding significant amounts of content. The content will draw from many sources, such as courses I have taken, books I have read and notes/links I have collected.
The transition will be completed sometime towards the end of 2015.