Current Hugo setup on Github Pages

How does the blog setup and publishing work Before I forget, here is how the current configuration works. There are two repositories at play: source repo - github pages repo (== GHPR) - The blog source repo contains only source files (.md, static media etc). This repo has usual submodules under the /themes - e.g. /themes/even which is one currently used. The Githup pages repo contains generated static site, with index.

From Jekyll to Hugo

I have decided to consolidate all piecemeal versions of my blogpost uder one roof and at the same to do these four things technology upgrade - from Jekyll to Hugo visual refresh of the page review tagging and categorization merge hidden posts from Wikis to one place Why Hugo replaced Jekyll The version 3 of my blog (see below for a bit of history) has been hosted on Github pages and using the default static site generators - Jekyll.

Thought of the day

“The older you get, the more quiet you become. Life humbles you so deeply as you age. You realize how much nonsense you’ve wasted time on.” — Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) November 14, 2019 Adding screenshot in case the account disappears

All Day DevOps 2019

All Day DevOps 2019 - Notes I have attended the All Day Devops - on 06 Nov 2019 - an event that runs for 24 hours and has multiple tracks of content organized in 4 blocks. The tracks: Keynotes Cultural Change DevSecOps SRE CI/CD Everything Cloud The complete list is here: - the play button points to the block video. The Video URLs Channel 1 https://www.

AWS Inspection

Bunch of one-liners for AWS .. so that I find them faster next time 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 aws --output=json ec2 describe-instances | jq -r '.Reservations[].Instances[] | "\n" + .InstanceId + " : " + .KeyName + " => " + .PublicIpAddress + " | " + .PublicDnsName, .Tags[] as $tt | " ... " + $tt.