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Analyst, Developer, Open-Source Advocate, Friend of Animals
"Be curious, not judgemental." ~ Ted Lasso

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Sep
28
, 2021

The Importance of User Journey Testing

Over the past few years I've been involved in numerous development projects. The size of the projects have varied from
Blog
3 min read
May
22
, 2021
How to Install PHP 7.4 on Ubuntu 20.04/19.04/18.04

How to Install PHP 7.4 on Ubuntu 20.04/19.04/18.04

PHP is a popular server scripting language that is widely used to create interactive websites and web applications. This language's roots began in 1994. In this tutorial we will show you how you can install PHP on your elected Ubuntu version.
Tutorials
1 min read
May
22
, 2021

sudo: netstat: command not found

A popular tool used by many Sysadmins is the netstat tool. Its name is derived from two words: network and
Blog
1 min read
May
22
, 2021

How to Install the Proxmox Guest Agent on Ubuntu

If you are like me, you often want to have as much management capabilities as possible when managing your Virtual Machines (VMs) on Proxmox. Thankfully, this is possible by using one small and nifty command.
Blog
May
22
, 2021

Error ENOSPC System limit for number of file watchers reached

This past weekend while working on a project I came across an error that I have never seen before: ENOSPC: System limit for number of file watchers reached, watch '/home/.....' It stumped me for a few solid minutes before I took to my friend - DuckDuckGo.
Blog
1 min read
May
22
, 2021

NGINX: connect() failed (111: Connection refused) while connecting to upstream

While setting up a new VPS for a client I came across an error - "connect() failed (111: Connection refused) while connecting to upstream". I couldn't quite pinpoint the exact cause and fix on the spot. Thus, I had to go back to my notes and dig it up. Thankfully, it was an easy solution.
Blog
2 min read
May
22
, 2021
Crane

Crane

Crane is a small tool written in Go that allows you to send HTML forms, for example from static websites without a dynamic backend, via email. It can be used for contact forms created on Ghost pages should a user not want to use a third-party service like TypeForm or FormSpree.
Projects
May
19
, 2021
DNSGoose (in development)

DNSGoose (in development)

DNSGoose is a free and open-source project that will provide users numerous lookup tools like DNS, WHOIS, Reverse DNS (PTR record), and Ping Testing tools.
Projects