Testing Django CMS and Divio

Django is a free and open-source web framework, written in Python, which follows the model-view-template (MVT) architectural pattern. It is maintained by the Django Software Foundation (DSF), an independent organization established as a 501(c)(3) non-profit. – Wikepedia

I’ve been using asp.net for few years and lately I’ve been in to WordPress alot. Now I’m looking for something else. Read a little bit about Python and that interested  me. And when searching futher on I found a web framework called Django and a CMS built upon it, Django CMS.

I don’t know how “hot” Django and Python for web is, there might be other frameworks that are more “trendy” but I don’t care so much about that. Sometimes it’s better to not care so much about the latest tech trends.

The test gave me a litte insight in Docker as well.

But…. I’m dropping this for a while.

Found a cheap Linux VPS at hostinger which seems to be very nice. Using webmin/virtualmin, nice tools, makes it a lot easier to setup.

Moved this site from a webhotel to the new VPS.



I used to be pretty careless with things on my computer,  sensitive information, files and projects. Careless with how I structured and saved them. But in 2017 a change took place, I got a new start in my work. And I have found some good tools.

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I changed the way I work – from Windows to Linux

I work as a web developer for a small online newspaper. I’ve been there from the start of the magazine, it’s now about 5 years since the start. And since the start I have worked exclusively with asp.net, mostly web forms but also some MVC. I have been a big fan of asp.net and also the Windows operating system. Last year, 2017, there was a change in this – I discovered Linux.

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