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Development | Apr 21, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 1 min read

Quick Tip: Track Your Bash History

Sometimes, you want to look back in time and see what commands you ran in the past. Thanks to the history command built into the Linux shell, you can do …

Development | Apr 19, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 8 min read

Curious about configuration management for your VPS?

Here’s a situation you might have found yourself in lately—you set up a local development environment for your new website, spent dozens of hours coding it up, only to find …

Development | Apr 14, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 3 min read

Quick Tip: Get on ‘top’ of VPS Processes

Whether you’ve just noticed some sluggishness on your VPS or you’ve run into a situation where you’re using more than your fair share of your shared resources, there might come …

Development | Apr 07, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 3 min read

Using ‘ducks’ to solve VPS disk space issues

If you’re running out of disk space on your VPS, it’s time to

Development | Mar 31, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 1 min read

Quick Tip: See yesterday’s Git progress at a glance

Inspired by the daily “standup” meetings that many businesess now engage in, git-standup helps developers recall, at a glance, what work they committed to a given git repository the day …

Development | Mar 24, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 2 min read

Quick Tip: Using Aliases for Good

In Bash, the default Unix shell on most Linux systems, you can save yourself a little bit of time and typing effort by using the alias command to create some …

Development | Mar 17, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 2 min read

Secure your VPS with one simple password trick

Most people who operate a VPS understand one of the fundamentals of password best practices: never use the same password in more than one location.