I made a tech blog.

All of a sudden, I’ve created a tech blog!

I actually had another tech blog until 3 or 4 years ago. But I deleted it due to a mistake on WordPress.com… Ah, so my sparkling life in a secret base in Hokuriku, Japan was a “tech blog”…? :INNOCENT:) So one of the goals I set at the beginning of 2017 was to bring back the tech blog. Well, it’s November now. What on earth have I been slacking off on?

What I’m using.

I’m using GitHub Pages for hosting. Originally, I used this URL to post my miscellaneous portfolios and so on.

I use Hugo to generate HTML from manuscripts. If I had to describe it in one word, it would be a Jekyll clone written in Go. However, it’s too good to be summarized in one word.


I chose Hugo over GitHub Pages native Jekyll because it’s faster, more functional, and easier to get around without a Ruby interpreter, but 90% of it is just a hobby. But 90% of it is just for fun.


To put it bluntly, it’s IoT. My goal as an engineer is to be an IoT Full Stack Engineer, and I believe that’s what I live for, with experience and an ongoing interest in everything from embedded to server-side. I’ve been working in the financial sector for a while now (both before and after my new job), and I think there’s a lot of overlap with the IoT technologies, such as cloud computing and designing for large amounts of data, but I’m not going to stop posting blogs about the IoT when I’m not working on the IoT. We aim to be able to

Stay tuned & Happy hacking!