We’re a Little Too Open Source — Public Service Announcement

I searched for myself on Github ... here's the link You can see all my contributions, things I've claimed copyright to, and then around page 15 you start seeing what looks like real customer data dumps and other interesting things. If you search for mailgun_password you can get a free account to spam people with … Continue reading We’re a Little Too Open Source — Public Service Announcement

Trust.

Above is a video from webpagetest ... Notice at the 2.0s mark ... they are completely different. Nothing changed. There is no api to add in network effects, nothing but a every slight difference to the render order. The left becomes visually complete at 2.0s, the right, 2.3s. If they were playing darts, they just … Continue reading Trust.

My Blog: Pure WordPress vs. Static Files With Hugo and WordPress Hybrid

My blog isn't particularly popular (or unpopular). I don't really care too much about advertising it's existence... that's what google is for. This blog originally started as way to tell friends and family about my adventures when I lived on my sail boat, Blue Macs. When I moved off the boat, I started writing about … Continue reading My Blog: Pure WordPress vs. Static Files With Hugo and WordPress Hybrid

What I’ve Learned About Developing in Docker

Table of Contents Developing with complex filesystem layouts Save yourself some bandwidth with a docker hub mirror Getting localhost to make sense Deploying swap like it’s an app Building super complex images Cleaning up images, volumes, and networks Always expect the unexpected Docker, the company, has not ceased to amaze me. They are solving some … Continue reading What I’ve Learned About Developing in Docker