A little secret Okay, today I’m going to tell you a nice little method I’ve been wanting to try out for ages. If you are unaware of CI/CD, Jenkins, Auto Deployment, DeployHQ, etc., they’re essentially methods to push changes to a site with as little interruption as possible. Instead of manually uploading via FTP yourself, […]
It’s quite handy having a home server, but access it remotely can prove a bit of a challenge. Here we quickly run a command so we can access the server remotely.
I hope you enjoy this article, because I go into detail of some of the issues I’ve faced in just trying to get a site up and running.
After a system reinstall, I lost access to my Droplets. A lot of stress and worry later, I was able to gain access again in a few simple steps.
I’ve been upgrading my projects to WordPress 5 recently, and with that came the mandatory Gutenberg. So here’s an article on what my initial thoughts and feelings are about it.
Ever get confused about hosting, or generally not have a clue with what people are talking about?
Let me quickly break down the more common options you may encounter between dedicated, shared, VPS, and cloud servers.
I wanted to try something new and clever. I use a home server for my DevOps machine, and wondered how much I could do with it. My experimenting led me to rollback and stick to what I know works and is useful. It would have been so great to get it all to work smoothly, but the idea was to keep things simple.