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Finally. Got. A. Website.
Don't know what took me so long to get started but I know settling on a framework took much much longer then it needed to.

I auditioned lots of the usual suspects including some not so common candidates. WordPress, Ghost, and even "home grown" Django implementations like Wagtail and Mezzanine.

Heck, I even tried rolling my own but nothing was really clicking. I had two criteria: 1. I wanted the ability to write content in markdown, and 2. I wanted to have embedded code demos (eg: Angular, Ember, Node, etc.)

I wouldn't have thought I would end up with a static site generator but honestly it's the only thing that came close to what I wanted. (Until I create my own)

So "hello Pelican".

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