If you haven’t heard of the MEAN stack, it’s a combination of technologies for serving up fast websites, using a set of technologies paired very well together. They consist of MongoDB, Express.JS, Angular.JS, and Node.JS. For more information check out MeanJS website for more details.
When talking with people in the Portland, Oregon tech scene I hear the same thing all the time. “We are always looking for developers. We are hiring and can’t find anyone. If you know anyone looking….”. Folks claim there are more jobs than developers in this town, but is that entirely accurate? Is it as bad as it seems?
Here’s some tech news for September 5th, 2014. Cool stuff I found on the web, and decided to share.
I’ve decided to start writing posts bringing my blog back to a magazine style format, and share some of the cool stuff I find here instead of emailing or IMing to all my friends. I have no idea if I’ll stick with it or not we’ll see how much the readers like it.
In working with some unit testing fairly extensively lately, I’ve gathered some guidelines I’ve tried to stick with over the years for writing better tests. Remember poorly written tests are a waste of time, and cause major problems down the road. It’s best to keep some of these guidelines in mind.
I was reading a post about some common C# interview questions, and thought I’d share some of mine. These are questions that I asked in interviews, or was asked in past interviews. Try them out and see you how you do! I’m not going to post the answers here, if you don’t know them, find out!
Today I’m going to show you how to set up a LEMP server (Linux NginX MariaDB PHP) on an Ubuntu 14.04. It’s a relatively easy process once you’ve done it a few times, but there are some things that can trip you up, so I thought I’d document it and present it here.
For this tutorial I used a Digital Ocean Droplet, but any Ubuntu 14.04 server should work the same way.