Last week, I had the honor of presentating to the San Francisco HTML5 User Group on the topic of static site engines at the Google San Francisco office. You can view the recording below. In this presentation, I give some background on what static site engines are and compare three popular options, Jekyll, Middleman and Harp. Sample files and slides can be found on GitHub.
Brian Rinaldi is the Developer Programs Manager at Telerik on the Developer Relations team where he works on a variety of community programs including the Telerik Developer Network, user groups and events. Brian has been a developer for nearly 20 years, working with front-end and back-end technologies mostly focused on the web. Brian serves as the co-editor of Mobile Web Weekly, authored a report on Static Site Generators for O'Reilly and is co-author of an upcoming book for O'Reilly, also on static site generators. You can follow Brian via @remotesynth on Twitter.
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