Python vs C performance, what could be more interesting? 🙂
If you’re designing a login system, then please store passwords correctly.
I recently decided to move this website, and my personal blog to a shared hosting account.
As much as I like writing, I need to take a break every now and then.
WP Super Cache is one of the simple WordPress caching plugins available.
With the death of net neutrality, many websites are advocating that you get a VPN, but is it really necessary?
While WordPress is simple for techies to use, that doesn’t mean it’s easy for everyone. Here are some WordPress resources that help both the new-to-WordPress and the experienced WordPress blogger
You all know how much I love caching, but what is it, and should you be using a caching plugin on your WordPress site?
I recently decided to stop using SSLH because it was causing me too many problems.
AMP is short for Accelerated Mobile Pages, and makes the experience for mobile visitors faster and easier.
If you’re thinking of starting a site, and decided that WordPress is for you, then the next step is deciding on how to host it.
phpMyAdmin is a very popular tool for managing MySQL databases.
After nearly a year of blogging, this post covers what I learned about writing better posts.
If you’re ever working on a project that needs a web UI to log in with, here’s how to do it securely with PHP.
I’ve used a ton of caching plugins during the life of this site, but Breeze stands out for being a simple and decently powerful one..
This post will show you how to find the real IP of websites that are sitting behind the Cloudflare web proxy.
After a long time of debating whether or not I should move this site to www.ofthenerds.com, I decided to make the migration a few days ago.
The OpenSSL command is built into most Linux distributions, and can be used for encrypted and encoding things.
Since I spend the majority of every day at my school, which only has two ports open, I need to be creative with how I use them.
sshguard is a nice, smaller alternative to fail2ban that serves the same purpose: stop people and bots from brute-forcing their way into your server.
If you liked my post about fun terminal commands, you’ll also probably enjoy this one.
We’ve all been there. You’re on a network that blocks everything. Solution? OpenVPN. Wait, that’s blocked? On TCP 443?
I’m not the only one that doesn’t like the GDPR, but I’ll put my reasons here.
If you’re ever bored, this post covers some fun shell commands!