Getting Dropbox, LAMP and Ubuntu Linux to play nicely isn’t as difficult as apache error.log’s cryptic messages lead you to believe. In fact, it’s quite simple!
I use ST3 for 99% of all programming so I wanted to document my setup of plugins and config. You’ll need Package Control if you want a similar setup!
Moving from Windows to Ubuntu isn’t just a technical learning experience, it brings you closer to what it means to own a general purpose computer. Getting started with Web Development in a LAMP stack on Ubuntu, however, is incredibly simple.
Single-page apps have been commonplace for a while and the idea of having to wait for a full pageload to navigate within an app seems quite retrogressive. As a proof-of-concept, I wanted to develop the next logical step; a single-request app.
With Universities embarking upon yet another year I wanted to offer some advice for students entering their final semesters in education.
Setting up email notifications when a FileZilla queue finishes is super-easy and this article will explain how to do it in a Windows environment.