- Allot of hard work
- Leaving the old familiar Blogger tool
- Learning WordPress
- Trying to convert my old Feedburner readers to my new domain
- Making the shift without too much traffic loss
Luckily most of my traffic are from referring sites, so I guess with a little work and a couple of emails, I could redirect much of the traffic over to ISerialized.com. Beyond the statistical facts, what are my lessons learned from these last couple of days?!
Back in 2006 when I started working with .Net, I posted an article at The Code Project, where I wrote about Sending parameters at thread startup. My competence with .Net has grown rapidly since then, but I check back today to check my profile at The Code Project, and realized that my article was read 20 000 times!
In one of my earlier posts I recommended using Windows Live Writer and the "Paste from Visual Studio" plugin to add code to your blog. But two days of struggling with layout I gave up, and stumbled upon the C# code formatter which is very easy to use!
In the case of WordPress, adding C#, ASP.Net and similar code is very simple. Just use the sourcode tag in the following way (discard the underscores):
Many developers ask, how can I paste C# code in my blog? I have looked into several ways of doing this, my verdict: Use Windows Live Writer!