This post is related to my instructional series on setting up Apache James as part of building baseline IT infrastructure for a startup or small business.
I got my Pine64 beta Convergence Edition a week ago or so, and I’ve used it enough now to give my first impressions and provide some ( hopefully ) useful feedback for the developers working on Manjaro Plasma for the Pine64.
Recently, Linux has become a friendlier environment for installing and managing alternate JDK environments.
I just had to renew the letsencrypt SSL cert on my web site.
Since I ported my site to a static site using Hugo in late March, I’ve been ironing out the details on how to most efficiently create and post content to the site.
In the server space, virtual machines have been a part of PC computing for nearly twenty years, and have become increasingly important in corporate IT environments and on the Internet to enable companies to deploy and scale services on demand quickly and easily.
If you have visited my blog in the past, you probably noticed that I have updated my site to a new look and feel and removed some features that were previously available- like page counts and comments.
Gadget-ui is an open source widget library for use in Web applications.
I was recently tooling around techie blogs and came across someone recommending a solution to the problem of snap wanting to update software at all hours of the days regardless of what else was going on and regardless of the available Internet bandwidth.
Have you ever been on a network connection with limited bandwidth and wondered what process was eating your bandwidth and preventing you from getting your work done?