I am a tech enthusiast, outdoorsman, husband, father, and scientist.
This site is dedicated to my passion for these things, among others. Here, you will find posts on technology, productivity, photography, and anything else that grabs my attention.
Below are the tools I use to build what you see here at Chauncey.io. Additional resources are available in each tool’s corresponding footnote that may prove beneficial to you. Enjoy!
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- iA Writer Pro for writing
- MacVim1 with Janus and several other plugins for coding
- iTerm2 using Zsh2 (with Prezto! + my dotfiles) for ease of use
- FireFox with FireBug plus Chrome DevTools for debugging and layout
- Zurb Foundation3 responsive front-end framework
- Sass4 for style
- Typeset in FF Tisa Pro, Proxima Nova, and Pragmata Pro
- Gulp7 for automating my workflow
- Git8 for SCM (mostly from the command line; although, I occasionally use SourceTree and Tower)
- Bower9 and npm10 to bring in web assets
- Browserify11 for bundling JS
- Ruby12 managed with rbenv; gems managed with Bundler, for sanity
- Jekyll for building the site
- rsync-deploy for deployment server-side
UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook I looked for a good book on nginx but could not find one that I can whole-heartedly recommend. Thus, I will say that if you can handle the stuff in this book then you won’t have any trouble reading the docs for nginx. ↩