I recently updated the website for a local pizza joint. I lazily purchased a template and threw it on my development server. Unfortunately I didn’t check the bootstrap version, and it was 2-something.
I like bootstrap because, well, I do. The new site needed to be responsive because of the amount of people that look at stuff on their phones now-a-days, and bootstrap takes care of that.
After that was ready to go, I needed to give some attention to the CMS that I developed for them. It gives them access to their current customer marketing program, as well as e-mail and other such things. I also went ahead and rebuilt their server from the ground up, since their webmail was getting spam and I wanted to configure the anti-spam measures once and for all. This little project took up the good part of my weekend.
I liked the new server so much, I’m filing for divorce from GoDaddy.com and moving into my Rackspace unmanaged server. I’ll probably eventually move my domains to Hover as well, as I get those in the divorce as well. The only thing GoDaddy will keep is my integrity from my first few years as a web developer.