There’s no good reason I should build my own site generator, instead of just using Jekyll (as I am at the time of writing this post.)

No good reason, other than I want to, other than I miss software development and, more specifically, have never really done a big software development project for my own sake, as opposed to for school or a boss.

And I don’t know that I’ll break ground on it anytime soon, but meanwhile let me keep a list of resources I will probably use:


Planning on using F#, because I’m a .NET developer and it’s always appealed to me. Capturing a few links for getting an F# dev environment up and running on my Mac using Visual Studio Code:

Admittedly, having never written an entire application in F#, one thing I’ve been wondering is how you effectively structure a complex F# program with multiple modules. Some things to read: