All posts with tag #Jekyll

Why is this website so fast?

I have recently updated our website and have learned a few things while doing so.

So long, 2020

Goodbye 2020! What a year it has been.

ntSystemsPSDrive: a SHiPS drive for the blog

Some time ago I wrote a post about Consuming ntSystems with PowerShell. It boils down to this: we have a json-based API that is available via and returns json elements for posts and pages on the blog. For more information check out the linked post. Then I wanted play around with the SHiPS module for some time and finally got around to doing it this past weekend. Now I’m happy to be sharing another method do consume ntSystems with PowerShell: It can be mounted as PSDrive.

lost & found: Updates and no more tracking on

I’ve recently updated the sources of the blog and moved to the gem-based version of the minima theme. This should make the site easier to maintain in the future.

Jekyll on WSL


Today we are looking at running Jekyll on WSL or Bash on Ubuntu on Windows.

Jekyll Fun: Consuming ntSystems with PowerShell

As you might have read before, our little blog is powered by Jekyll. Well I stumbled over the jsonify filter the other day, and so I built a little “kind-of” API :) Sound interesting? Read on.

Migrating from BlogEngine to GitHub Pages: Fixing the links

In this episode of our little series on migration we are having a look at the URL structure of Jekyll and some of the less visible stuff that was associated with the old ntSystems.

Migrating from BlogEngine to GitHub Pages: BlogML to Markdown

As promised here, I’m sharing the first part of our migration process from BlogEngine to GitHub Pages. A major part is, obviously, the migration of the content of the blog itself.

Welcome to our new blog!

This site has been running on Azure Web Sites for some time. As we are doing this for fun and are not making any money with the site (see any ad?) we had to use the “Shared” pricing tier which was economically acceptable but from a performance and feature point-of-view, well, not great. We used Cloudflare to get some caching and enable stuff like https and IPv6 for the site and it was OK :) Then came…