Switched it up to Jekyll and Github.io. I needed a changeup and something that’s still managable and beautiful. Luckily, this is a great combo and keeps me in my favorite editor, Sublime Text. What should you expect for me?
I found a great theme by this guy to help shape up the site and add some flexibility without complications. The best part about the theme is that I can understand the code the first time I read it! Props to @hmfaysal.
What to look forward to from me
Why should you care?
You don’t need to, but I really appreciate others’ blogs and random guides. I want to contribute back! This site is where I’ll do that.
I came from Wordpress, the nasty world of PHP and semicolons. I toyed around with themes and plugins, but I always kinda thought it was overkill for what I wanted. Yes, it was practice; no, it was not practical for my environment.
Google+, Twitter, Facebook
I quit Facebook. Not useful. Maybe it was my fault, but I felt like it became junk and didn’t enhance my relationships with people.
Google+ is nice, but it’s not curating the feed to interesting things quite yet. I like the communities and browsing experience though. I’m there, but don’t contribute much on Google+. If that’s your flavor, hit me up at +DavidBernheisel
Twitter is “it” right now and really has the flexibility, ease-of-use, and most importantly: content. Hit me up at @bernheisel.
Image source: The Iron Yard blog