Presented by:

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Alex Juarez

from Rackspace

Alex Juarez is a Principal Engineer at Rackspace, touting 12 years with the company. Alex enjoys all things open-source as well as training and mentoring others, and is incredibly qualified to do so as an RHCA/RHCI. Alex has spoken at a number regional and nationwide open source conferences sharing knowledge and encouraging people to learn more. When Alex isn't helping others he's studying for the cicerone exam and trying to find places to eat and things to see in San Antonio, TX.

At some point creating a simple website got complicated. Hugo claims to make building websites fun again and frankly, I agree.

Let’s build a website together in a hands-on beginner friendly session. No worries if you’ve never built a website before, we’ll take things slowly. We will break down what you need to know about Hugo’s file structure and templating system to create a personal website you can put online.

Once the website is created we will talk about strategies to keep it updated and how and where to host it.

This session will try to assume as little as possible but a working knowledge of navigating a Linux system and editing files will be expected.

Date:
Duration:
2 h
Room:
Conference:
LinuxFest Northwest 2019
Language:
Track:
Code
Difficulty:
Easy