Instead of using something (like Jekyll) that was easy for me to crank out pages and templates, moving to a JAMstack framework (in this case, React/Gatsby) seemed like a good idea at the time. Why not find out what all the fuss was about? In the long run, I hope that integrating a headless CMS will make everything a little easier to manage/update. If nothing else, I now know yet another JS language, so there's that. So, for now - enjoy this abbreviated version of the (recently, much larger) site. It’ll be pink again soon.
Recently, I found myself in yet another problem of my own making... This one required me to query an external data source. In this case, it was JSON data, but it could...April 14th, 2020
I had initially started a post about working from home a few weeks ago. I was almost finished with it and was doing a little cleanup/editing, then the world kinda went...March 24th, 2020
Remember back when bookmarks were the end-all in saving your stuff on your computer? No? Just me? Am I an OLD?March 6th, 2020
So, since we're now super awesome scripting professionals... We excel at following examples, making empty files, and toggling the executable flag on scripts, ...February 5th, 2020