The weird and surprising Stack Overflow Survey
Every year, StackOverflow surveys its users in search of dying languages and future trends. And, every year, tons of developers find themselves annoyed, surprised, and horrified by the goldmine of …
It’s 2018. Why are we still developing on desktops?
With so much power in the cloud, why do we rely so heavily on traditionally unreliable (and expensive) hardware?
The entropy of the individual
I feel like technology companies are smitten with teams these days. What about individuals?
Perk up your VPS and terminal with Zsh and more
Like most things with Linux, the terminal is highly customizable. With a few switches and some additional tools, you can create a terminal experience that not only feels more user-friendly, …
The Equifax fiasco: Here’s what devs need to learn
You might have heard about the massive Equifax data breach from September 2017, but have you thought about what it means for VPS security?
Hacking the youth: Why every kid should have a VPS
With my first kid on the way in November, I can’t help but start to plan. It’s in my nature—the more I feel like I have a handle on the …
Things no one tells you about servers and hosting
Choosing and maintaining a VPS. Here’s a few of our favorite, usually unspoken tips to maintaining some of your sanity as you put on your sysadmin hat.