I’ve tried giving VSCode a couple of tries in the past and I never could see it replacing my tried and true IDE of choice – Sublime Text …until possibly now. Sublime Text is an amazingly fast editor (faster than VSCode), but for some of VSCode’s quirks, I’m actually finding it to be a potential replacement now in its current iteration, and Chrome Debugger is the real clincher.
Just finished setting the site up on a new server of my own on Rackspace’s Cloud. The site is much speedier now (sorry Media Temple, but your Grid Server system really is too slow for my tastes). Now I’m running on a new stack for super speedy response time:
- Ubuntu 10.04LTS
- Apache 2.2 running PHP 5.3.2 via mod_php
- MySQL 5.1.41
- A basic Varnish caching layer running in front of Apache
- nginx reverse proxy running in front of Varnish
Hello world indeed! It’s been a long time since I’ve had any sort of personal web presence to speak of, but I’ve finally re-acquired my domain name from the squatters over at GoDaddy and I’m back!
There isn’t much here yet, but you can look forward to posts and articles sharing my knowledge and experience as a web developer and whatever else I think worthy of posting here. In the meantime, go checkout my about page if you’re interested in who I am or my projects section for work I’ve done and projects I’ve helped develop.