DigitalOcean offers $6 droplets (Virtual Machines) perfect for light workloads. I use it for my blog and love it because of its price and performance. However, over the last couple of weeks, my blog has been acting up. I've been receiving downtime alerts from UptimeRobot. By the time I have
Every now and then, I come across a post that talks about how complex writing code is. These are my thoughts on the subject.
I told myself at the start of the year that I won't work on new side projects... but there's so much cool stuff happening in the .NET space I can't resist.
My ISP has me on a DHCP network and so I don't have a fixed IP address — it keeps changing. The internet, however, occasionally stops working and I need to log into my router's admin panel and perform a DHCP release+renew to fix it. I don't generally mind it
So I've been trying to fix this OAuth related bug for a few days now and I'm finally getting done with it. I read this article called OAuth has ruined everything by Burke Holland and then OAuth 2.0 and the road the hell by Eran Hammer (this guy was
My first encounter with computer programs was when I was 10 years old. All I could do on a computer before that was use Microsoft Office, MS Paint and play computer games (like Prince of Persia, Dangerous Dave, etc.). My brother had just joined a C++ crash course during the