There are a million ways to build a personal website.
I can code it up from scratch. I can buy a third party website builder + hosting like WordPress, Wix, SquareSpace, Google Sites, etc. I can simply use a hosted blogging service like Medium. Or I can use Coda / Notion, etc.
Admittedly the major reason that I build my personal website on Coda is because I work at Coda. Regardless here are a few pros and cons.
As it is to me, Coda is not the perfect option to build a professional / fabulous personal website but would be a great fit for casual website builders.
What to build
I plan to use the personal website to organize a few things.
Portfolio: give anyone a quick overview of who I am. Blogs: a space to write and share. Projects: space to organize a few side projects and demo them. Project management will be organized in private docs. Limited data (e.g. priorities) will be shared with the personal website. Misc: a space for hosting ad-hoc webpages.
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