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Continuous Deployment: Hugo + Travis CI → GitHub Pages

How to automate building and deployment of Hugo websites to GitHub Pages using Travis CI, triggered by pushing to the Git repository.
This post shows how to automate building and deployment of Hugo static websites to GitHub Pages using Travis CI. Builds are automatically triggered when pushing to the Git repository, and deployment when a build on the master branch succeeds. Hugo is a static website generator written in Go, and only requires a single binary. The easiest way to run Hugo in the Travis CI container is by including the specific hugo binary with which to build the site as part of the repository (eg.


Interesting facts from the Snapchat IPO filing

Snapchat is going public, and there is lots of interesting data in the IPO filing.
Snapchat is going public! And there is lots of interesting data in todays IPO filing. Snap Inc. is a camera company. Users: 158m daily active users, grew 7% last quarter (Instagram has about 400m DAU). Users older than 25 visit Snapchat approximately 12 times per day, on average about 20 minutes each day. Users younger than 25 visited Snapchat over 20 times and spent over 30 minutes on Snapchat every day.

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