During the earlier years of programming, you may think that coding is the most significant part of writing software. Fast-forward to the future, you realise that code isn’t the main problem. It’s the things that happen before and in-between writing code – solving the problem at hand.
Tag: General Programming
So, it’s finally happened. I’ve decided to move my blog onto linode to check what all the fuss was about with their $5/month offering. I’ve been quite curious as to how much performance I can get for $5, my current shared hosting solution with tsohost is OK, but it’s not great…
For $5/month, you get 1GB RAM and 1 Core CPU (whatever that means). What does that really mean for us, coming from shared hosting?
I remember when I was naive, young programmer, a side project would go something like this – I would set myself a goal to get a login and register screen that, as you guess, allowed a user to log in and register. This would take me about a day to do, maybe less. These were the days when the goal wasn’t for later use, because more likely than not, I won’t have to keep maintaining the code that I’ve written for longer than a few weeks at most, if at all.
This year, I’ve decided to keep track of my thoughts, learnings and progress a bit more – I’ve decided to take note taking a bit more seriously. I feel that we lose a lot of knowledge over time, maybe not the big picture, but we definitely forget the important finer details.