Justkez.com has been run through Wordpress for many years now (since 2006), but it has got to a point where I just wasn't comfortable with it - felt too clunky.
Jekyll is a static site generator written in Ruby, with support for Markdown documents for blog posts. I have been writing postings in Markdown for the last year, so it seemed a logical move. With the working world taking over a lot of my time, I become less bothered about the latest plugins, or publishing widgets.
As such, a few of the old posts didn't make the cut, and some of the more popular ones have been polished up a bit; there shouldn't be too many lost links.
In a very rudimentary test, the previous Wordpress version could dish out 3.5 requests per second (
ab -n 20), the statically generated Jekyll version is serving at 24 requests per second; something you would call statistically significant.
Living with Jekyll
As a result of the migrating...
So, if you're tempted by any of the above, give Jekyll a go.