Blog   > Why I Made My Own Blog

I was at a point where I had to choose if I wanted to spin my own blog to use an existing platform. The choice was clear, for the love to creative freedom and platform flexibility, build a blog!

My blog mvp was simple, lists all the posts, have the abilty to click through to individual posts. While being in the post detail, show some recommendations. I just extended it to show post views and comments using a disqus integration.

I wasn't sure about the nature of my blog either at first - should it be about chatbots, AI/ML or something else. I mulled this over and utiliately decided to roll with what would make me want to blog in the first place. I decided to convert this to a DEV blog and my musings, hence the title.

Anyhow, Django makes it relatively straightforward to implement a blog. The blog is powered by a Posts model and two simple views to returns posts and post detail (like this page). I add the posts myself from the admin panel. The blog supports rich text, to allow for rendering safe html content.

I know there're a ton of excellent platforms out there, but the satisfaction from rolling out your own blog is awesome! As a produt manager (and night time dev), If you're writing for the pure joy of writing, nothing beats this.

Have fun coding and while you're here, don't forget to check out presbot.com

 

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