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02:25 - Relaxed fit development
- Not concerned with it being perfect
- Will act as a loose digital garden, so it needs to be flexible
- Keep my talks and podcast appearances somewhere
04:40 - The stack
- Svelte / Sapper
- CSS variables
- Static generation with markdown
- No API
- Hosted on Netlify
08:15 - Why?
- I dropped that db life in 2015 and never looked back
- I’m a developer - markdown is good for me
- I like a playground for ideas, so the new site throws out any idea of formality and dives into being a playground for myself.
- Full page animations. Orchestration. Fully SSG.
- Code is painless to add to — adding a blog post is as easy as creating a markdown file