Posts tagged Racket
OK, I have my site generated using Frog and pushed it to GitHub Pages for http://www.greghendershott.com.
I want to tweak the CSS. It’s vanilla Bootstrap. Most importantly, I wish the headings were a few points smaller and the body text a few points bigger.
The other remaining item is to do the 301 redirect from Blogger to here. It turns out that this should be ridiculously easy to do with Amazon S3. You can make a bucket that does nothing but perform 301 redirects. I’ve created such a bucket already, and the redirects work fine. I simply need to update my DNS, for which I’m using Amazon Route 53.
I’d been trying to stick to a roughly Tuesday and Thursday schedule for posting here.
I haven’t this week because I’ve been trying to work up a replacement for using Blogger.
Basically, I want to write posts in simple Markdown, and generate the blog statically. To be hosted on GitHub or S3 or whatever. And I want it to use Bootstrap so I don’t have to reinvent that wheel.
I learned Racket after 25 years of mostly using C and C++.
Some psychic whiplash resulted.
“All the parentheses” was actually not a big deal. Instead, the first mind warp was functional programming. Before long I wrapped my brain around it, and went on to become comfortable and effective with many other aspects and features of Racket.
But two final frontiers remained: Macros and continuations.