Tonight I revamped my web site. I have not updated my web site in a long time although I had a task on my To Do List to improve the wording. I have updated the content to reflect my current skills and services. I removed a lot of crap and made it look more professional.
The page touting my ASP.NET expertise was way out of date and made it seem like I was still studying ASP.NET 2.0. I now know everything about ASP.NET 2.0. Of course, Microsoft has moved on to ASP.NET 3.5, ASP.NET MVC, Linq, and Silverlight 3.0. So Iâ€™m still behind on Microsoft technology.
I added a page about my PHP web development skills because Iâ€™ve been doing a lot of PHP programming. I learned a lot of PHP while working on the Vloggerheads Ning site and Iâ€™ve been doing stuff with Elgg.
I also restored some material about Storefront 6.0. Tonight I learned LaGarde filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last year and Storefront has been acquired by Dydacomp. Businesses are really screwed if they are still using Storefront 6.0 but Iâ€™m still willing to support Storefront 6.0 because it always made me money and I have a lot of time invested in the necessary expertise to customize that old ASP.NET 1.1 web application. I think there may be a SQL Injection vulnerability for Storefront 6.0 which probably exists on many of the old sites I worked on.
I also made it easier to find my AJAX demonstrations and ASP.NET sample web pages through the Flash navigation. I have a lot of working code on my site which really demonstrates how good Iâ€™ve become as a web developer. I still have an unused MySQL database that Iâ€™m being charged for so I ought to use that for something. Elgg wonâ€™t run on an IIS web server so I may install OsCommerce, Joomla, or a CakePHP demo.