If you are reading this, I actually succeeded in setting up Hugo for static site generation. It is written in Go, fast and cross-platform.

Traditionally, I judge website designs by the way they can highlight code. This code, by the way, is the best thing I have seen in a year or so (originally from StackOverflow):

def iter_split_by(n, iterator):                         
    """ Split an iterator into groups of n elements                                  
        >>> [i for i in iter_split_by(3, iter(range(10)))]                            
        [[0, 1, 2], [3, 4, 5], [6, 7, 8], [9]]                                       

    slices = (list(islice(iterator, n)) for _ in count())                             
    return takewhile(bool, slices)

Look how lazy it is. Beautiful.