Posts tagged with development.

An image of Warren Buffett: What Warren Buffett can teach developers about goal-setting
Development | Jan 31, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 6 min read

What Warren Buffett can teach developers about their goals

The development community moves fast. Too fast. A simple strategy from a very rich man can help developers set goals and prioritize properly.

Rewiring my brain and business with Colemak
Updates | Jan 08, 2019 | By Matt Connor | 6 min read

Rewiring my brain and business with Colemak

I’m always looking for ways to be a better technologist and founder. Is ditching QWERTY and trying out Colemak the brain-changing elasticity I’ve been looking for?

21 tips for new server users
Development | Oct 31, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 17 min read

21 tips for new server users from a self-taught ‘sysadmin’

You’re figuring out cd, ls, and all the other basics, and maybe you’re starting to feel a little overwhelmed. If so, these server tips are for you.

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Development && VPS Uses | Oct 03, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 8 min read

5 ways to deploy code when you’re a server ignoramus

Using a VPS to build amazing things online doesn’t have to be difficult. Let’s look at some of my favorite tools and tips that make deploying a breeze.

Do learn Colemak
Development | Sep 26, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 6 min read

Do learn Colemak

It’s the weirdest, most difficult to explain, and perhaps the most productive change I’ve made in my computing life. It’s well worth the learning curve.

An example from our dotfiles tutorial
Tutorials | Feb 14, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 19 min read

Dotfiles to simplify developing and administering servers

Imagine downloading a repository with git and running a single command to put all your preferences back in place after booting up a new server. Enter our dotfiles tutorial.

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Development | Feb 01, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 10 min read

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?