Coulda documentation/website

One of my pals, Wayne Seguin (of rvm fame), has been on me about a documentation site to educate and promote Coulda. Seeing as how I’m still funemployed, I spent a day hacking one together.

I need to give Wayne additional props for pointing me at nanoc3. It’s a static site generation framework, written in Ruby, that allows for templated pages with layouts (and a hell of a lot more but I’ve barely begun scratching the surface). Being able to write the site largely in HAML was a huge time-saver.

Without additional fanfare, you can find more information on Coulda at http://coulda.tiggerpalace.com.

Posted by evan on Wednesday, September 30, 2009

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