I built my first website using Jekyll. On that site, I host my Agile in Action Podcast website. The podcast is doing really well now, so I am working with a designer to finalize a fresh new stand-alone site. I decided to make the site re-design a little training project, but me being me, I couldn’t help myself and am now creating a whole training series around it.
The first step to setting up Jekyll is to create a local development environment (well, you don’t have to, but it is really good to have). Therefore, I took a lot of time defining the process from end-to-end on a Mac.
At the time of this writing, the videos are not fully complete and are on an unlisted (but fully accessible) YouTube playlist (see below).
These videos are draft, so they could be replaced or removed completely. I say that because if you share the links, they may not work in the future since they are not yet complete.
Here is the first video in the playlist:
If you click the YouTube link, you will be brought to the YouTube site and you will see all the other videos in the playlist.
If you watch these videos and see any issues, I sure would appreciate it if you share your thoughts, either here or simply by commenting on the videos.
If you provide feedback that results in a change, I will reach out to you and see if you (or your handle) want a mention as a contributor in the intro video.