Update (2020.03.07): This site now uses Hugo. Turns out having to manually sync head tags and nav between multiple pages is no fun. It’s crazy fast (compared to Jekyll), but somehow manages to be even more confusing to use.
At first, I was just gonna use Jekyll, as I’ve done for previous versions of this site, but when I took a look at the repo for the first time in a few months, I saw there were two libraries that I needed to upgrade to fix security vulnerabilities, and I just could not be bothered.
Next, I considered Gatsby, but:
sounds exactly like I what I do at work! Maybe once I start fleshing this site out I’ll pull in something like Gatsby, but I’m having so much more fun just writing everything from scratch.
That being said, I will try to mostly write about non-web dev things on this site. Things I’m interested in: photography, music (both as a musician and listener), lifting, travel, backpacks, minimalism.