After building a couple of Boxee applications, it made me feel really good and have a little more confidence in myself. It also got me thinking.
Since I am currently unemployed, I don’t have a lot of money coming in (read as: NO money is coming in). This means I am having to put myself out there on the market, one that is rather crowded. I am going to be having to convince employers I would be a valuable asset to them. Most employers are pretty tech savvy now and will look up anything and everything about you on the web.
As this would most likely be the case, I decided I need to be able to showcase my talents to potential employers. Instead of putting my talents on my personal web site, I decided it needed its own web site. Thus, InternalServer.net was born.
Now, I had already owned the domain internalserver.net and used it to test things on internal servers. Most recently, I used the domain to start hosting my Boxee applications. I figured if I was going to be using it to host Boxee applications, I might as well open it up and use it to showcase all my talents.
I have done a lot of projects, web sites, and more in the past, but I never actually kept record of those projects. As no record was kept, it would make things a bit tougher to show others what I’ve done. This should be a problem no more.
While I was at it, I went ahead and redesigned travistubbs.net. Although it’s going to be a separate site from InternalServer.net, I felt it needed a good cleaning up as well.
So, there ya go, kids. One new web site and one new redesigned web site. Now that those are done, time to get to work on some other projects.