Hello. I am AppleCrazy, and I’m a high school student from the Bay Area who likes to explore and tinker with code. I’ve completed a few projects, and am doing a few more right now.
This is a place for me to share interesting things, publish project postmortems, and do some general reflection of the general state of things, and I hope it’s a useful resource for others.
At the time of this writing, this blog is using the Hugo static site generator. It’s not very fancy, but it does the job. My build process is manual and involves a hacky Makefile to save me from the tedium of typing the same strings of commands over and over:
all: hugo server: hugo server push: @echo " Building site..." hugo @echo " Committing to git..." git add . git commit -m "Rebuild site" @echo " Deploying site..." git push
Makefile for this blog
push subroutine is the most automated, which builds, commits (with an unhelpful commit message), and then pushes for immediate deployment.
This setup should suffice for the time being.