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We’re happy to announce that we made it: We moved all our new articles from Medium to our own servers; now using the blog framework Hexo to show you our content in a new layout. Moving this blog was the first job of our new frontend developer Ivan, so a big round of applause to him, please. 👏
Why did we move? The main reason was control. When we asked “Is it possible to do x on our blog?”, the answer was almost always “No” when we used Medium. Now the answer is almost always “Yes.”
Here are the advantages of the new blog in detail:
We have extra space for little notes here!
We will miss the social network on Medium (e.g., the way you can recommend articles). We will also miss the simple interface that made it possible to drag images into articles. Now we have to insert our images the markdown way:
![image text](/img/thisisapicture.png). But after thinking about it for a while, we decided that the advantages outnumber the disadvantages.So welcome to our new, old blog! If you want to know more about the authors and our new categories, hop over to the ”About Us”-page. Also, tell us what you think: Do you like it? Should we change something? We’re happy to hear from you.