Continuing in the Moving to Mosso series, I’ve come across a few more issues that anyone considering moving to Mosso should consider.
Caching your database-driven website pages has a plethora of benefits, not the least of which being improved speed and reduced server loads. This article will explain how to set up a simple caching system, and will also address when and where caching might not be appropriate.
In part one of this series, you learned what Subversion is and how it can help you, in addition to the terms you’ll need to become familiar with in order to use Subversion in your development process. Part two of this series goes into more specific detail about potential development
As a web developer, hopefully you’re already using subversion, and this tutorial is utterly useless to you. If so, good job, and carry on! If you’re a web developer (or web designer, or web programmer, or are in any way creating files that display or do something on the internet)
This is a transcript of the #giantblueglowingcock Twitter meme from March 9, 2009. This meme, started by myself and @brlittle, managed to make the front page of Twitscoop – that is, until they decided it was too naughty and they pulled it.