Building a site with Hugo

I’ve worked with several sites built by Jekyll (written in Ruby), particularly on GitHub Pages, but for this site, I’ve decided to give the Hugo (written in Go) a try.

Why specifically Hugo? Given the Go implementation, I looked forward to not having to deal with Ruby versions & environments, and Ruby gem dependency incompatibilities. Having worked a bit with Go, I was looking forward to a much simpler experience. I also liked several of the themes written for Hugo, and wanted to try some of them out.

So how did it work out for me?

Hello, world!

Welcome to my blog! My name is Misha Brukman; in case we haven’t met, you can read a bit about me or see my social profiles below for more information.

After a bit of a hiatus, I’ve decided to start running a personal website again. While this blog will likely contain a number of technical posts, it will not be limited to technology.

Speaking of this blog and technology, in case you’re interested in how this site is built, see about this site for the details and references.