For years Zen and the Art of Programming has been hosted on my domain antoniocangiano.com. However, I’ve decided to switch it over to a new one, programmingzen.com. This move was done for two main reasons: first, it is sometimes hard for native English speakers to communicate and remember my name. Second, my blog isn’t so much about me and my life, as it is about the world of programming.
As I look towards the steps that are required to bring my blog to the next level, I decided it was time to make the switch to a new domain. I’d like to transform Zen and the Art of Programming into a blog that every programmer could potentially be interested in subscribing to, not just people who are into Ruby or following me.
The good news for you is that you don’t need to do a thing. Every internal link has been permanently redirected to a corresponding programmingzen.com link, with the exception of the homepage. I’m now using antoniocangiano.com as a sort of minimalist virtual business card, from which I link to my email, Twitter, Linkedin, my three blogs (this, my personal blog, and my math blog), as well as my book and ThinkCode.TV.
Stay tuned for lots of interesting new content, which I plan to post more frequently. Meanwhile please feel free to let me know what you think about this new change; I’d really welcome your thoughts.
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