I am a systems administrator at Laika, where I work in a heteogenous environment consisting of Fedora Linux, FreeBSD, MacOS X and Windows servers and workstations. This involves much of your typical systems administrator type tasks as well as quite a bit of developmet work. When I was 16 my friends and I started programming in Quick Basic, in an attempt to create video games and demos. Needless to say, basic isn’t really the best language for complex graphics so we were less than succesful.
History of a blog Over the years I’ve maintained various blog’s using various engines, including Wordpress, Jekyll, Octopress and Blogger, and most recently my move to Hugo. Hugo, like Jekyll is a simple blog aware static website engine. With the larger, more comprehensive platforms, I always felt trapped and constrained within whatever themes were available, but with the static site generators it was easier to iterate on the design to get the look and effect that I wanted.