Dian is correct. Connectivity is important, but self-serving your site is an amazing project. Most personal sites don't need a lot of processing power or bandwidth. The technology is available too. And you'll certainly learn a huge lot more than just putting your site on your ISP's server.

 

Yes, with the caveat that your site is only up as long as you have power and connectivity. Sometimes that doesn't matter, but it does for most uses.

Classic DEV Post from Sep 27 '18

Some tips to improve your life

For some time now I've been looking for and researching ways to improve my life...

I am a 15 year old boy passionate about programming with the desire to create my own startup.