Adding WiFi to a 15-year-old LCD projector using infrared instead
A simple Python script to make juggling worlds and backups easier
Integrating devices with custom firmware into cloud ecosystems
Backstory: Since I first started running my own servers several years ago, I’ve always used NGINX as my web and proxy server. I started on a lower-end VPS and needed the spare resources it offered me over the default Apache installation, so I went through the effort of learning how to configure it from a coworker, moving all of the settings from scattered .htaccess files to a set of site configuration files.
After getting fed up with trying to manage several different PHP versions on the same server, trying to manage several servers running different operating systems, web servers, databases, etc. for all kinds of different purposes (usually websites, but you’d be surprised), I’ve decided to embrace the cloud and host my website on someone else’s machine for once. In this case, I’ve chosen Netlify and moved over my professional portfolio site, my photography gallery, and now this blog.