Marko Anastasov wrote this on December 26, 2009

Jekyll powered

This week we tinkered a bit and ported our entire site and blog to be generated by Jekyll, the system GitHub uses for their pages. Previously it was Enki and a couple of presentational pages, which was great, but our hackish attitude wanted something even simpler and our own.

The reason why Jekyll is awesome is that you start from scratch, can write posts in your favorite text editor and store all files in Git. It is simple, elegant and powerful - the best adjectives software can have.

With this switch we finally made this blog styled like the rest of the site. Discussion is outsourced to Disqus.

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About Marko Anastasov

Marko co-founded Rendered Text. He’s a programmer with a passion of creating something for other people, coupled with interests in how things work in the society and nature. He is having a great time working across many areas in the company, including product design, helping the engineering teams, empowering users and marketing. He likes to counterbalance it all with running, cycling or a day in the woods.

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