Beginning Again, Statically
I’ve decided to start writing blog posts again since I am learning new things and I’d like to document the things I am learning in an attempt to measure progress. With this, a few things have changed. My original blog engine was blogger (very neglected), but I have recently started using Emacs and, really, I don’t want to leave Emacs. I know there are modes for posting to blogger, but since I am starting to hack Golang, I think using a static blogging engine written in Go is appropriate. I don’t know of any special functions or modes to make using Hugo easier for the Emacs user, so there is room for me to learn how to make these functions/modes myself. Benefits galore.
It’s a long story, but I am trying out Sacha C’s method of learning things. Along with her articles on blogging for learning, I’ve read others who use the same technique for an efficient learning environment. I have many things that I am learning all at once and I need a way to organize and solidify my learning.
What I’ll Post
For now, the posts on this blog will mostly relate to programming – ranging from slightly technical to overly technical. Overly technical posts will have little commentary and mostly code.
When I’ll Post
I have no intended schedule and I cannot promise that posts will happen on a regular basis. I will try one post a week. That seems reasonable.
Goodbye for now
Goodbye, until the next post.