So by now I've been doing this for a long time - Ode, web design and development, … I'm beginning to put together a lot of pieces. If there's one missing piece it's not software or information, it's community. There's no substitute for connecting with others over shared interests.
I've written more than a few posts here trying to answer this fundamental question any would be user has for this (or any other) platform. I've said it will enrich your life. I've argued that it's a great platform to use to learn about the open web. I've compared using Ode to learning to fly a plane (rather than buying a ticket with commercial airline) or riding a bicycle. I've said a lot more than that. But maybe this is the single best answer…
Here you will get your questions answered.
Whether you're looking for a platform for your personal site or you want to learn about web technologies, that should be an appealing proposition.
Ode is a personal content management system, sure (and a pretty nice one at that). It's also a fantastic educational/learning tool, a playground for your web design and development ideas, and a supportive community.
It's a puppy that wants nothing more than for you to take it home with you so that it can enrich your life.
There are all sorts of platforms and tools out there. (Ode is compatible with most of them.) What makes Ode different and special? You.
Say hello. Get involved. (Link to Gitter community requires Twitter or GitHub account. Feel free to email me instead. You'll find info in the sidebar.)
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