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I recently needed to set up a new server to act primarily as a web server. With Rackspace, this has a very easy beginning: choose the Gentoo image and create the server. Typically I run emerge –sync, emerge –avuDN @world (wait a while), revdep-rebuild, emerge –depclean –a, and python-updater in that order to make sure [...]
I was recently asked why I (still) use Gentoo as my primary Linux distribution. It was asked after I had mentioned my frustration over some recent problematic upgrades. I had to think about it. I could easily switch to CentOS, Arch, Debian or make an even bigger [...]
I have been struggling probably for over a year over a simple problem, which PHP framework should I use. The problem is rather simple at one level. I have been programming in PHP since… well I believe it was soon after PHP 3.0 came out although I didn’t fully make the switch to PHP from [...]
I learned a long time ago that one of the biggest challenges for a salesperson to make a sale is to get over the customer's objections and not add to the list of objections. Simply put, a person could walk into a store ready to buy a product cash in hand but run into obstacle after obstacle in the store to the point they walk out not purchasing anything. I have. Let's move to the 21st century. Web sites are increasingly becoming the first and often only contact point between a business and its customers. A website can throw up roadblocks or it can smooth a path to making and retaining customers. Businesses need to understand that their websites do matter.