Setting up a Jekyll workflow on windows

Static site generators are in at the moment, and for good reason. They remove a whole bunch of complexity from deploying and maintaining a site by creating a static representation of it, which you just upload to a web server. For sites that are read heavy but get updated quite infrequently (like a blog, or marketing site) a static site is ideal. Personally I love GitHub pages, it provides first class support for Jekyll which builds all your markdown content, templates, and other site assets into a static website. [Read More]