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I’ve been spending more time in the last year exploring modern web stacks, and have started evangelizing for Svelte-Kit, which is a new-ish entry into the often-mystifying world of web frameworks. As of today, I’ve migrated this, personal web site from Hugo, which I’ve been using the last couple years, to svelte-kit. Let me know if you encounter any broken links, unexpected behavior, accessibility issues, etc. I figured here I’d give a brief explanation of why svelte-kit, and how I did a Hugo-Svelte kit migration.

I’ve recently been getting pretty far into the weeds about what the future of data programming is going to look like. I use pandas and dplyr in python and R respectively. But I’m starting to see the shape of something that’s interesting coming down the pike. I’ve been working on a project that involves scatterplot visualizations at a massive scale–up to 1 billion points sent to the browser. In doing this, two things have become clear: