After about 10 years with Bluehost (2007-2017), I finally decided to switch hosting providers. Bluehost has served me decently over all these years. I can’t say I’d been 100% happy with them, but they did server their purpose. However, due to various reasons (performance, quality, service, etc.), I’ve finally decided to switch hosting providers…
These days git appears to have won the SCM “wars”. While it’s fantastic for what it was intended (source code), it has some short-comings when you try to use it for large (i.e. >10 GB) repositories.
A quick guide to backing up on Amazon S3
There’s a number of reasons you might want to how your own email server. For me, it’s mostly about control. I want to make sure I always have access to all my information. And having lived through the early days of the Internet back in the early 90’s, I’ve lived through many transitions away from […]
Here’s a random list of useful tools to validate your websites:
The following is a jumbled list of things to keep in mind when optimizing websites: HTTP Server Configuration On HTTP Compression: http://zoompf.com/blog/2012/02/lose-the-wait-http-compression See the HTML5 boilerplate .htaccess file: https://github.com/h5bp/html5-boilerplate/blob/master/.htaccess Free Web Server Performance Scanning Services GTmetrix cleanly shows areas of improvement, grades, and offers detailed suggestions for improvement based on your code. PingDom offers a free slick website […]