At some point, one needs to grow up and understand that they cant let their personal named domain point to a namecheap hosting error page. That’s probably some kind of sin on some level.

But here we are again. This time, powered by Heroku, using Jekyll. I’ve recently fallen in love with Heroku, and it’s reasonably priced plans.

Works for me and my needs. Now I can safely go and shut down my digital ocean droplets, and aws ec2 instances. That feels good.

I think instead of being primarily a blog, this site may become more like some kind of portfolio page. We’ll see, still not sure. I really just wanted something up to get rid of the namecheap error page.

Until next update!