March 09, 2015
By Steven Yang 20x20

Ever notice when you go on the same website on your desktop and mobile device, the website looks different? A lot of the time, web developers use a technique known as responsive web design to make their sites optimally formatted based on the device that's accessing it. In this lesson, we'll be learning about Bootstrap; a popular framework that incorporates these techniques and then some.

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February 27, 2015
By Steven Yang 20x20

So now that we've got a simple website up and know a bit about markdown, it's time to add your own content to your page. In order to do this, you'll need to learn about the language that's used with Jekyll. In this tutorial, we will learn about Liquid to add functionality to your blog posts.

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February 24, 2015
By Steven Yang 20x20

So I've attended a few hackathons in the last couple of months. I decided that it may be helpful to introduce people to these kind of events and hopefully it can get more people interested. I've learned a few tricks along the way and will share them in this guide!

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February 18, 2015
By Steven Yang 20x20

So in the last tutorial we got a simple page up and running. That was essentially the "hello world" of Jekyll. Now, let's get to the core reason why people choose Jekyll - writing blog posts. This tutorial will cover the main language Jekyll posts are written in.

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February 17, 2015
By Steven Yang 20x20

So we've recently remade this site from the ground up to be more blogger-friendly. Our goal was to push out content(blogs) quickly and efficiently. The old method of creating blogs was a bit slow and messy. We didn't want to put everything into a single html file like how we had before. Now here's where Jekyll comes in.

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