So about a year ago I wrote a similar post about how how I was making a change and focussing on just writing. Things didn’t work out quite how I planned. But after a year of putting off blogging altogether, I’m back.
Dependency injection is a technique to decrease and make more explicit the coupling between two classes by moving a dependency from deep within the dependent class to its initializer.
Over the past few years I’ve fallen into the habit of trying to start blogging regularly, only to fall into the same trap over and over. While I could rattle off the reasone, it really comes down to one thing: a lack of simplicity.
Welcome to Jekyll Bootstrap, a new from-scratch iteration at a Jekyll theme, written using Bootstrap v4. This first paragraph will appear in the index summary, complete with styling.
Often times when writing Jekyll templates, we need to do some conditional matching on certain blocks of text, returning one value in one instance, and a different value in another instance. Many times only a small portion needs to be changed, such as the name of a class, or inserting a default value when a variable is nil.