Jabin's Tech has gone through 4 different design changes in 2 years. Here's all about the website, myself, and how to contact me.
Welcome to Jabin's Tech.
Bringing you the latest technology developments, tutorials, explanations, and opinions.
The History of Jabin's Tech
Originally created in December of 2021, Jabin's Tech was my technology blog hosted using the basic plan of Weebly, solely to connect a custom domain. $72/year is a lot to pay just to connect a custom domain. Google Sites is free, after all! And that didn't even unlock any premium features or remove the Weebly branding. It wasn't long before that was abandoned because of the price and lack of features. I moved to hosting on Github Pages using a free Wikipedia-style template. That was more difficult to use because I was writing directly into the HTML code and I didn't have an easy WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) interface, which Weebly provided. Then I used another, more sophisticated template. I didn't publish any articles during that phase of the website. I then moved to this style, hosted on Google Sites. It's much easier to write in and publish, I don't have to mess with any pesky HTML or desktop clients and files and make a huge mess of my repositories. It's all clean and in one place. This is hopefully where the website will stay for the next while.
The first version of Jabin's Tech built with Weebly.
The third version of Jabin's Tech, using a template from 2008-2014.
The second version of Jabin's Tech, Wikipedia style.
The current version of Jabin's Tech, hosted on Google Sites.
I'm Jabin. I'm 14 years old and I enjoy programming and tinkering with technology. I like testing out tech gadgets and pushing technology to its limits by doing things regular everyday users wouldn't do. Besides technology I play the baritone in band, I listen to music and occasionally draw.
My (main) computer is an HP Pavilion gaming laptop from 2021. It originally had 8GB of RAM, but I upgraded it to 24GB. It has a 6-core AMD Ryzen 5 5600H processor and an Nvidia GTX 1650 GPU. I dual-boot Windows and Linux, and the distro I currently use is ElementaryOS for its elegance and how easy it is to use.