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Welcome! This is the source code for my personal website, which is a work-in-progress blog and projects hub. Feel free to explore and use parts for your own work :)


As personal websites are almost never dynamic in a way that requires server-side code, I've decided to Go Hugo. Hugo is popular static site generator that strives for simplicity and performance. It offers powerful templating as well as easy content management with a simple format loved by many developers: Markdown.

The generated source code at public lives in its own repository and its contents are hosted by GitHub Pages, making it easy to manage.

As a final layer, I use Cloudflare for DNS management, caching, and SSL encryption.

Getting Started

Want to fiddle around a little bit? Sure! Take a look at the Hugo Quick Start Guide, install it and you are ready to go!

Type hugo server to start a local development server at http://localhost:1313.


In order to automate deployment, I've created a simple shell script ./ In a matter of seconds, a new version of the website can be deployed by typing one command:

./deploy <Version> <Description>

Version is a simple version name (e.g. v1.0-beta) and Description is an optional changelog or summary.

Here is how it works:

  1. Make sure there is a version name argument
  2. Check if a version with that name has already been deployed
  3. Invoke hugo to build the site
  4. Commit the generated changes to the public submodule and set a tag with the given version name and description
  5. Push the public submodule along with new tags
  6. Commit the new public submodule hash and set a tag with the given version name and description
  7. Push along with new tags


Source code for my personal website and blog





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