Join us on August 18 as we take a look at how to build a simple blog using Jekyll.
We will learn how to install and run Jekyll using the command line (yikes!), how to create Jekyll templates and how to use Markdown to create our blog entries.
Jekyll is a blog-aware, static site generator powered by Ruby. Jekyll takes a series of text files and templates, runs them through a converter and creates static HTML files that you can then upload to a server or host on Github.
For more information, or to RSVP, visit the EP Web Tech Meetup Event Page.
- How I Spent My Summer Vacation 3D Printing |
We’ll discuss the latest technology sweeping the globe, 3D printing. The talk will briefly touch on the history of 3D printing and then get right into the questions on everyone’s mind: What types are printers are there? What can you make with them? How much do 3D printers cost? How do they work? There will be a demonstration of two different 3D printers and a collection of 3D printed objects.