Every once in a while, I work on some interesting side project that I want to share. This usually goes down the path of:
- Decide to work with a certain set of technologies.
- Research, build, finish
- Decide to blog
- Spend forever setting up website, never finish the blog
- The website is lost in time
- Rinse & repeat
This time, I’ve decided to cut through steps 4 & 5 and jump right to the blogging. With Github static pages and use of the Jekyll Now template, I don’t have to do anything. I don’t have to support a web service. I don’t have to pay for a domain. If I don’t blog for a year, my previous posts will remain and I can jump right back in without a worry when I feel like it.
The level of stress involved is now non-existent. I can just write and forget worrying about whether I’ve updated WordPress to latest.
Let’s see how far this gets ;)