A couple of years ago I made the move away from Wordpress and the unruly MySQL database for my personal site, and decided to embrace the static site. At first I was really excited by a app called Docpad, which worked in a similar way to Jekyll, i.e. processing pages and outputting purely flat html/css/js files.
So I've spent the last 5 days burying my head much further into the intricacies of the Drupal CMS. Although I've been using and toying with Drupal for years, I've decided I need to get to more thoroughly know a content management system that's taken a little more seriously.