After having spent some time working with jekyll (yes I’m actually working on a series of posts) I realized I needed a better solution for running jekyll locally without having to change config files.
Having had some very interesting and fun years since Coderox was started I simply haven’t had the time to blog or spend time on side projects. Also I haven’t felt very comfortable with the solutions I’ve used for blogging. I’ve tried Orchard, Umbraco and even Ghost but neither have felt natural to me. So now it’s time to try and evaluate a very simple and neat solution with running Jekyll on GitHub pages. It’s a completely free solution (well at least as long you accept that the repo you use for publishing is public) and so far seems very nice.
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