10 Ways to Improve your Technical blog – Review of Technical Blogging by Antonio Cangiano

There are many tips out there to improve your blog. There are just as many people out there who claim to have found the one true way to maintain a blog. Over the last 10+ years I’ve run a blog in some form or other, I’ve read it all. So why would I read yet another book that claims to offer the magic formula for technical blogging?

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The Jekyll migration cheat sheet (make #3)

Jekyll is a static site generator. It allows you to run a blog on a minimal server with minimal security worries and no spamming. Because it’s all based on files, it tends to be a bit more technical than blogging in WordPress. I’ve previously written about Jekyll, but now it was time to actually migrate a site from WordPress to Jekyll.

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Starter’s Guide to 3D Printing: “So I’ve Build a 3D Printer, Now What?” (make #2)

Over the Christmas break I built a RepRap 3D printer. Everything went well until it was finished. The information on getting started with actual printing is very fragmented and all over the place. So here’s a short guide for any budding RepRappers who can’t wait to get started.

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