I have a answer to this question on Stack Overflow that has generated some good attention, but has grown rather large as I continue to update it and make modifications based on comments. The post currently has 7,763 characters. it is larger than 99% of all other answers on stack overflow, according to this query I made in the Data Explorer:
This seems too large to quickly convey the most important information,
I have to say that my answers tend to involve a lot of hand holding as I'm often going through that process myself while answering them. They explain exactly what each and every bit of code does. This seems like unnecessary noise for someone who is comfortable enough with the framework/language that they could jump right to the answer.
According to How to refer to your blog when answering?, it's okay to mention your own blog so long as it's not done excessively, you've disclosed your affiliation, and the answer is good enough on it's own right.
I'd like to trim down the post by just presenting the solution and leaving a lot of the walkthrough to an external resource for people who are interested in being taken through that level of depth.
It seems okay to link to an existing blog post when answering, but is it okay to take content originally created (by me) on this site and remove it by placing it on my personal coding blog?