Serverless Blog Setup - The Repo

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Most of the static blogs I’ve seen on the internet have their content saved in a git repo of some sort. In this blog post, I’m covering how I set up my blog repos. I put some thought into it because I want to be able to make blog changes from a compromised terminal without compromising my blog. (Not that I would ever knowingly do this, that’s just the standard of security that I want to aim for: I got the idea while exploring play-with-docker. …

Blog Fail

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In my last post, I pretty much slammed Wordpress and mentioned that I was using a Jekyll container to convert simple paragraphs ( Markdown files ) into web pages. Well, when I went to update my blog with my first post, I ran into a few issues that meant that the post never actually made it onto the blog. Since I’m here at these crossroads now, I’ll blog about the issue that prevented Jekyll from working. …