Today I’m going to show you how to set up Magento with Ubuntu 13.04 on Windows Azure. Scalability and performance are always a concern with Magento, and one way you can rectify that is to throw some more server power at it. Windows Azure is great for this purpose.
Today I’m going to show you how I created a cloud service with Microsoft Windows Azure. It’s pretty easy, and the tools are great to work with. I am putting the code up on GitHub if you want to extend or experiment with it.
Making your images load faster is extremely important for page load performance on your site. It makes your pages load faster, which makes for happier visitors, and better search engine performance for your site. Page load time is also a key factor in your bounce rate. Here are some tools I use commonly to reduce image size on my sites.
Linux Mint is one of the most under-rated Linux distribution out there, yet it really does provide a lot of value, even for seasoned Linux hackers. If you haven’t tried it out yet, you’re missing out.
You may have heard the term “code smells” lately, it seems its being talked about frequently again. In this short post I’ll explain what they are, and a few of them you may run across.
Today I’m going to show you how to install a wireless networking card on your Raspberry Pi. I’m using the ultra cheap Ralink wireless card, but the instructions are similar for any Wireless Device.
This old saying in Programming holds true, and I’m still amazed at the amount of folks out there who still don’t get it. The matrix is quite simple yet so many folks want it all. Programmers want to build beautiful awesome software built at their own pace, and get lots of money for it. Managers want beautiful awesome software immediately at the lowest price possible. I think there is a way both parties can be satisfied.