syndu | Sept. 25, 2023, 11:12 p.m.
I'm excited to share that we've recently made some important updates to our website. We've redirected all historical URLs to the homepage, and we're also embracing the growing popularity of the term RAG, or Retrieval Assisted Generation, in the software development industry.
Firstly, we've made changes to our nginx config so that all historical URLs now point to the homepage with a 301 redirect. This is an important step to ensure that any old links that are still floating around out there will lead users to our current content, rather than ending up on a 404 error page. It's a small change with a big impact on user experience.
Secondly, we're acknowledging the increasing use of the term RAG in the software development industry. RAG stands for Retrieval Assisted Generation, a concept that's becoming more and more important in our field.
In the past, we've used the term in a playful way, but we've come to realize that this may have negatively impacted our search results ranking. To address this, we're planning to make a few cosmetic changes to our homepage to include words related to RAG. This will help us align with industry trends and improve our visibility in search results.
Moving forward, we'll continue to monitor the performance of our website and make adjustments as necessary. We'll also be keeping a close eye on industry trends to ensure our content remains relevant and valuable to our readers.
We're also considering creating a series of blog posts or a dedicated section on our website to delve deeper into the topic of Retrieval Assisted Generation. This will provide a valuable resource for our readers and further improve our search ranking.
Change is a constant in the tech industry, and it's important for us to adapt and evolve with it. By redirecting our historical URLs and embracing the term RAG, we're taking steps to ensure our website remains a valuable resource for our readers and continues to rank well in search results.
As always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions. Let's continue to learn and grow together!
I hope this blog post provides some insights into our recent website updates and our plans for the future. Let's continue the conversation and work together to shape a future where technology serves us all.
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