Here’s the thinking behind my two (main) websites. I need a way to cover all my offerings, and keep my personal and business brands, but maintaining a clear and distinct purpose to each. petermahoney.net is for my personal, bespoke services, as well as some of my products offered through other systems like PeoplePerHour. webcraft.co is [Continue Reading]
I just saved 10% off the total page size of my personal homepage at http://petermahoney.net – guess how? I just optimised the background image a bit. That’s all. Honestly, it pays to check these things once in a while!
webcraft.co, the site, has for a while been redirecting to petermahoney.net I need to get something new up at webcraft.co – after all that’s the proper face of the business!
I’ve been using my main blog, http://petermahoney.net/blog for pretty much everything I’ve wanted to post about (that wasn’t only suited for the bowels of Facebook) and a bunch of quite developer specific posts were appearing. I’ve decided to keep that blog for bigger picture stuff that all my clients can benefit from. My coding tips, [Continue Reading]