I’m Chris Nunciato. I live in Seattle (well, technically just outside Seattle) and based purely on the number of hours I’ve logged for each, you could say I’m a dad, programmer, photographer, writer and occasional filmmaker. By day, I work on the open-source Habitat project at an awesome little software company called Chef. By night, owing mainly to my dadness, I sleep.
This site is still quite new, so there isn’t all that much to say about what it is yet, but if I had to guess, I’d say it’ll probably consist largely of pictures (I take a lot of pictures), videos (I shoot a lot of those, too) and a few words from time to time, mostly on non-technical subjects, much of which you probably won’t find all that interesting. (But of course, I hope you do.)
For the geeky among you, this site is built with Hugo, the static-site generator, and it’s packaged and delivered with Habitat. The minimal design is all my own, hand-crafted of course (no themes here, yo), with good ol’ HTML, CSS (well, Sass) and a handful of web components built with Stencil. I develop in the Habitat studio, and when I push a commit to GitHub, Builder picks up the change, runs a build for me, puts the new package in the Depot, and the Supervisor running on my t2.nano (which I manage with Terraform) detects that new package and installs it automatically, with zero downtime. Nice, right? It is pretty nice. You should check it out sometime.
Anyway, thanks for stopping by. You’ll also find me on Medium (where I write infrequently on tech topics, mostly), Twitter, Instagram, Flickr, Vimeo, GitHub, LinkedIn, and at email@example.com. Feel free to reach out anytime.