Getting Ghost deployed to an EC2 instance was a real win yesterday. I wrote my
first ever bash script to configure EC2 for running Ghost, and quickly managed
to write my second ever bash script to build and deploy Ghost to specifc EC2
instance. Feeling pretty pleased with myself.
Not much to see here. Finally got a Ghost deploy working on amazon ec2 :)…
A new version of Migrate! is now available to download from Github
What does this fix?
This is a really small update / bugfix to add support for https:// in the URL
All credit goes to bteryk [https://github.com/bteryk]
Recently, I went through the process of setting up a new development environment
on Windows for my playground projects at home. My work is usually done and
hosted on Linux with a standard LAMP
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LAMP_(software_bundle)] stack, so using an ubuntu
virtual machine lets…
I loved this little collection of quotes from philipchircop.com
and recommend you click on the screen grab, or one of the links to go read them
I'm just filing this away here for posterity :)
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I know, we're almost a week into 2012 already, it's a bit late for contemplating
achievements and setting resolutions isn't it? Every year, the "January diet"
gets further reinforced by our populist media - all the adverts are suddenly for
exercise DVDs, clever cookbooks and healthy food - and nearly…
** Disclaimer *** I am well aware that Wikipedia is not the best source of
information... but you know... it's just.. there!
A very dear friend of mine just posted a comment on Facebook that has prompted
me to write this "Thinking out loud" post about my sleeping habits, which is
I am on a mission to get to grips with using theZend Framework
[http://framework.zend.com/about/overview] for building web applications. At
MOO, the Zend Framework is used in it's more toolkit-like component library
capacity and I'm also pretty familiar with its structure from previous work with