andytwoods — techstack

engineer psychologist

After months of pondering, I went with the Django Wagtail CMS. I'm using StreamFields over RichTextFields mainly because the former makes it easier to insert blocks of formatted code (via the CodeBlock plugin).

I really liked the idea of a totally static site, so went with Wagtail-netlify to achieve this.

I've pushed the entire site to github, including the sqlite db. Perhaps a next step is to use a github Action to automate the push of updates to Netlify.

Frontend wise, I'm using Bootstrap4 for reasons of familiarity. I'm using BootSwatch's Darkly theme as it most closely resembles the Darcula theme I spent the majority of the day buried in. I'm using Pycharm to develop the site.

    import pkg_resources
    installed_packages = [d.project_name for d in pkg_resources.working_set]
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