When it comes down to picking a CDN (Content Delivery Network) provider there aren’t many options. There are a few things you will need to consider when deciding. After reading this post you will be able to make an educated decision on which is best for your project.
It’s an interesting time for the web. When I first started building sites everything was static. I had no dynamic content, and essentially, my websites had no vulnerabilities.
This is the story of how I wrote an S3 Go Proxy.
I was recently working on a project that needed a scalable storage solution. Since I planned on hosting this project on DigitalOcean I originally thought about using Block Storage. While Block Storage is fast, it isn’t easily scalable, and I don’t want to be responsible for resizing/adding storage. It didn’t take long to realize the ideal solution would be Spaces.
Last month I was in London for the AMP Advisory Committee meeting. We’ve had a few video conferences, but this was our first time meeting in person. While not everyone could attend, we did cover many topics.
My flight landed at 7am, got to my hotel around 8am only to find out my room wasn’t ready. So I walked to Akamai for our meeting. To say I was tired would be an understatement since I couldn’t sleep on the plane, and woke up at 7am the previous day.
While in London for the first face-to-face meeting of the AMP AC I got to meet some great people. We covered many topics, and I believe, we made excellent progress. The minutes will be added to the Github repository once they’re finalized.
Among the two on the AMP AC, we also had two visitors, all of which were original signers of the AMP letter. Hearing their concerns, thoughts, and ideas was very eye-opening, for me.
I’ve recently started learning the Go programming language, or Golang as some call it. The fact it isn’t like other languages and doesn’t try to be is the primary reason I was interested in learning more about it. Another reason was all of the standard libraries, like HTTP, encryption, and JSON.
My Goals I want to use Go as a means to make my code more straightforward. There is much complexity to some code, with all of the design patterns, and “normal” way of doing things.
Yesterday I took the exam to my Technician License so I can operate a HAM Radio.
The license gives access to all Amateur Radio frequencies above 30 megahertz, allowing these licensees the ability to communicate locally and most often within North America. ARRL
There are a lot of really neat things you can do with a radio and I can’t wait to learn more about them. I’ll share what I learn on here.
Cloudflare introduced a new service called Workers that I used to build a URL Shortener. Other cloud companies have something similar. Google has Cloud Functions and Amazon has Lambda. Since this “serverless” thing is starting to catch on I decided to build something as a way to learn more about it.
At first I built an image hosting site, as I usually do when learning about new technologies. I incorporated DigitalOcean’s Spaces for my storage.
Create HTML Elements Add attributes to the element Add event listeners to the element Add children elements to the element I think that is a good start and hopefully simple enough we don’t feel overwhelmed.
My journey to the AMP Contributor Summit began at 5:45 am, Monday, September 24th, 2018. My flight was at 7:33 am, so I got to the airport early, checked my luggage, made it through TSA, and then on the plane. I put my backpack under the seat in front of me and buckled up. A few minutes go by, and then they ask us to get off the plane due to it being overweight.
TL;DR visit the new AMPbin website at https://ampb.in/ Last year I posted about AMPbin v1.0.0 (link), and I’m posting about it again this year! It had been a while since I checked on the website, but when I did, it wasn’t working very well. That gave me the opportunity to rewrite it from scratch.Sloth starting from scratch.
Over the years I’ve learned it is better to take more time planning than to start coding without a plan.