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Jekyll Talks Theme - Write Your (Ruby) Talks in Markdown - Auto-Builds w/ GitHubPages

I’ve put together a ready-to-fork static site theme (for jekyll and github pages) that lets you write your talks in plain text with markdown formating. See a live demo @ henrythemes.github.io/jekyll-talks-theme ». Sample talks include: 1) Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - Build Static (Web) Sites w/ Ruby - (Slides), (Source: drjekyll.md) 2) Stay Static - Jekyll vs Middleman - Build Static (Web) Sites w/ Ruby - (Slides), (Source: jekyll_vs_middleman.md) 3) Starter Sample (Blank Theme) - Habits - (Slides), (Source: starter.md) 4) Starter Sample (Blank5 Theme) - Habits - (Slides), (Source: starter5.md). Happy publishing w/ Jekyll. Cheers.

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