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Moving out from Jekyll to Hugo
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Peace be upon you and hi everyone!
Is there anybody out there? Nod if you can hear me :)
Now I moving out from Jekyll to Hugo static web generator. I been using Jekyll since 2017 which is longer then I expected. The reason why I love static website is I don’t need to much backend stuff running and keep patching vulnerability updating dependency too much. Static HTMl, CSS and JS is safer and easier for me to maintain and can be deployed anywhere I want without hassel.
I been using
hugo for JOSRAC and Debian Malaysia community website and I notice
Why a blog?
I followed during a good chunk of my life years on many blogs, mostly about technology of course, but also music, movies and arts. It was really easy to follow new content thanks to RSS feed.
I always wanted to write something and had multiple tries with various technologies but I never stuck to it and did not even kept archive of them.
During my recent years at my study and working, I’ve started to write a lot of posts internally about my findings, my current work and my plans. My colleagues enjoy them a lot!
As I’m self-taught, I’d like to give back to the community too by giving the same opportunities I had to learn new things. This blog is my poor attempt to document and record all the weird bugs I have encountered in production and the valuable lessons they’ve taught me.
But it’s also my personal space to share anything that I care about. I’m not excluding to post personal thoughts or some music I like. It’s a personal website after all, that represent a bit of who I am and what I am doing.
Enjoy staying on my blog and tell your friends about it!
Posted by: Robbi Nespu