Well, it's what you see here. The source is open, mostly so I have something to reference if I need to ask for help or if I want to check what I'm doing while away from home. Of course, the database isn't a part of the repository and any secret keys are stored in environment variables on my local machine and in "config vars":cfgvars on "heroku.com":heroku.
The site enables me to post both publicly for professional reasons and privately for staying in touch with folks back home. It also includes my résumé and links to some code I've done.