If you’re coming to Boulder, Colorado, the TravelBoulder.com website looks like it might be a useful resource.
Summary: How to create a public and private key pair to use ssh and scp without using a password, which lets you automate a remote server backup process.
Over the last two years I've ended up creating a large collection of websites and web applications on a variety of Linux servers that are hosted with different companies like GoDaddy and A2 Hosting. I recently embarked on a mission to automate the backup processes for all these sites, and as a result of this effort, I thought I'd share what I've learned here.
Note (March 14, 2018): I’ve disabled comments on this website until I get through this current illness.
January 8, 2018: I just added lessons on SBT, ScalaTest, and a brief introduction to FP to the “Hello, Scala” website.
Just added a few more lessons to “Hello, Scala” including tuples, Scala + Swing, and a complete little OOP example. Also started a Github repo for it.
It’s still a work in progress, but I’m creating a Hello, Scala website as a simple, quick introduction for those interested in learning Scala.
With Twitter being Twitter, I saw this image there, and now I can’t find it again. But it shows that the new iPhone 8 is significantly faster at rendering a cnn.com page.
Actually, since I can’t find the original source, I don’t know if they both rendered mobile web pages, or whether they tried several times to make sure it wasn’t just a hiccup. But seeing that the architecture in a little phone can come anywhere near the performance of a desktop/laptop processor that’s still being sold makes one wonder about the future.
Update: I think this was the original source of the image.
July 22, 2017 will go down as the day I (finally) switched this website to using HTTPS instead of HTTP. (See the padlock icon in the URL field of your browser.) I’ve been using a self-signed certificate to log in to this site for a long time, but yesterday I finally switched to “HTTPS for everyone.”