Five Critical Things To Do Before Working With 11ty

Five Critical Things To Do Before Working With 11ty

I am a big fan of static site generators (SSGs), as many have noticed from reading this blog and following me on Twitter. I’ve recently been dabbling with 11ty (pronounced eleventy) and very impressed so far. While this SSG is...

Power Up Jekyll With Thor Commands

Power Up Jekyll With Thor Commands

My static site generator of choice remains the Jekyll, although there are many great alternatives. This very blog uses Jekyll as its static site generator.

Paging Through Git Commits Like A Wizard

Paging Through Git Commits Like A Wizard

I recently worked on a VueJs sample, “Sharing Information Between Vue Components With A Bus.” I recommend that folks read that post (after reading this post, of course).

Six Famous Artists Quotes That Apply To Programming

Six Famous Artists Quotes That Apply To Programming

If I could travel back in time and make a career shift, I would likely have ended up being a graphic designer. Art has the same elements that make programming so much fun. Artists create something out of nothing, express...

Automate Your Blog With GitHub Actions

Automate Your Blog With GitHub Actions

Welcome fellow bloggers! If you are here, then you are interested in automating parts of your blog with GitHub Actions. I’ve been able to add efficiencies to my blog that help deploy future blog posts, keep third-party expenditure to a...

Using LINQ to Build A World Travel Itinerary

Using LINQ to Build A World Travel Itinerary

I enjoy traveling, having new experiences, and making new friends. With so many locations to get to, it is challenging to keep all of them straight. In this post, I’ll show you how to use Language Integrated Query, or LINQ,...

Creating Frictionless Projects For Contributors

Creating Frictionless Projects For Contributors

As a software developer, it’s always important to lower the barrier to entry for developers, hobbyists, and just about any contributor interested in your projects. On a previous iteration of my blog, I spoke about the F5 Manifesto, named after...