Why did I write a CMS in 2020

To build a CMS must be the least fashionable thing in tech this year. Probably even less than using MongoDB (no offense). And still, I found myself writing one.

Why?

Because of the same, old reasons that have inspired thousands before me in the ancient tradition of reinventing the wheel:

  • I didn’t like anything out there.
  • This way it was more fun.

No doubt about the second, but why didn’t I like any of the many existing content…

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I’ve been into software engineering for the most part of my life so I have thought long and hard about it. Now I‘m just writing it down.

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