Switching to Hugo

After ignoring my website for two years or so, I finally realized it was worth it to switch to something that worked a little bit better than Octopress, as while it wasn’t bad, Octopress on Windows was weird at best, so I decided to switch to Hugo.

Total time of switching over from my hilariously overengineered workflow with TravisCI only took about an hour or so, and having the ability to actually do live builds on Windows makes live so much more easier than pushing a build and hoping for the best.

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Tags: hugo, netlify