After several years just having a static boilerplate web page for my site with very basic info (as seen in About), I’ve graduated up to Jekyll. It too creates static pages.

Life is too short to maintain a database, just to run a simple website. This makes for a low-maintenance website, where I effectively don’t have to care about security updates. I needed something that I can update, then forget about for months on end.

I’m also using git now, which is nice, in order to have versioning, as well as auto-deployment of new content, after local testing.