Sadly, this is only my second post with Jekyll. Most because I haven’t focused on automating the site updates, which I wanted to do with github and a hook. A hook has to listen somewhere though, which is why I’ve been using Jekyll-Hook. Unfortunately, I ran into a lot of problems just testing the hook, which led me to hours of learning how to debug a node.js application. All of which was good.

So now, it’s working and there will be more posts in the future.