Shannon Babincsak

programmer, web developer, constitutional law geek



Making the Most Out of GitHub Pages

So, I’m a pretty big fan of GitHub Pages. Every time a friend wants to make a portfolio site I always recommend GitHub Pages – and Jekyll, too! If you aren’t familiar with them, GitHub Pages is free hosting for static sites (using your GitHub repositories). Jekyll is a static site generator, which means you can use templates, generate pages from data files, and a bunch of other cool things you don’t normally... Continue reading

Google, Why Have You Forsaken Me?

As I sit here staring at the HTML of a virus scan warning page, I wonder where I went wrong in my life. Is this because I kept using Visual Basic and didn’t switch to C#? Am I being punished for not buying a WinRAR license? Is it because I (correctly) pronounce GIF with a soft G?

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