Back when I migrated from Ghost to Jekyll, one thing I gave up was a really easy to use Markdown editor with a side-by-side preview.
Just over 2 years ago I relaunched and moved to Ghost. At the time, my reasoning was simple:
Coming up at the end of April, it will have been one year since I relaunched my website and blog. I’m going to take this opportunity to reflect on this past ...
What is Let’s Encrypt? A new Certificate Authority that is free, automated, and open. Check out the Let’s Encrypt website for more information.
As promised last time, here is the bonus post in my guide series.
I’ve covered the last major component so now it is time to build and get it all running.
Now that I’ve got my website running nicely on CoreOS with Docker it is time to consider disaster recovery.
Update (2017-01-27): I’ve got some tweaks to this configuration. Check out this more recent post for the diff.
Now that PostgreSQL is up and running, we’ve got a great database to connect our blogging platform to.
Continuing my series examining the tech behind my website relaunch, it is time to examine how I’m running PostgreSQL in Docker.
The relaunch of my website was also an exploration into some different technology for deploying web applications.
After another few years of not really posting very much to my old blog, I decided it was time to start fresh. I hope you like the new design, layout, and str...