Month: May 2015

  • Codeschool and Angular.js

    I took advantage of the long weekend to go through CodeSchool’s Shaping up with Angular.js free course. I have to say it was very well done. They very quickly get the major themes across in the video and then you apply the stuff in your browser where you can see how it actually affects the […]

  • The downside of updating your server config

    So a little while back when I had been playing with Pagespeed I somehow managed to break certificate stapling on my server. So when I ran the Qualys SSL Server Test my score had fallen to a B! I messed around and tried a few things and I had no luck getting it to work. […]

  • Angular.js first go

    We had some workshops over the last couple of days at work on an intro to Angular.js. I have to say I came away from them pretty impressed with the framework. I can see why it is taking the development world by storm. I think the controllers make it very relate able for anyone coming […]

  • AT&T Uverse vs TimeWarner Cable

    I have had it with AT&T Uverse! We have been having some internet issues lately. We have been AT&T Uverse customers since 2008. I started out with 6mbit service then upgraded to 12mbit and then to 18mbit (upstream is only 1.5 mbit.) When we first got it installed it was very cheap but as the […]

  • WordPress auto updates

    I am always a little amazed when I get an email from my blog that tells me it upgraded software versions. Even though I have had auto-updating operating systems and other software for years, something about a website updating itself just seems like a bigger deal. I am sure most people think like whatever, but […]