- Developer and engineering manager at URBN in Philadelphia (My opinions are my own.)
- Fanboy of:
I write about whatever strikes me. The apparent lack of structure may be a symptom of my being simultaneously a busy professional, and a scatterbrained father of small children. Whatever the reason, WYSIWYG.
Feel free to get in touch.
The site is built with Hakyll—a static site generator made with Haskell. The website source code is available on GitHub. The posts are written in Markdown. The files are served up by Caddy, an HTTP/2 server written in Go.
The snail-shell logo was created with Squarespace Logo. It represents many things to me: a former home, mathematical perfection in nature, and, well, how slow I can be!
The majority of the site build scripts, templates, and styles were created by Danny Su. He runs a very interesting Hakyll blog.
Why did I choose Hakyll?
- I have a long-standing affinity for the amazing Pandoc.
- I’ve been enjoying teaching myself the Haskell programming language.
- Did I mention Pandoc?