Docker, Postfix, NAT, and IPv6. What could go wrong? As it turns out, a lot. Follow this deep dive into hair-pulling as I attempt to eradicate an apparent open relay on my VPS server.
A musical piece that’s been stuck in my head for the past few months. Here’s a ‘once in a blue moon’ blog post about girls, love, music, and an anime film; just in time for Valentine’s.
With the son of a dictator poised to be the Philippines’ next president, the future of the Filipino people is grim.
So you want to save important secretive files on your computer, but don’t want to install some fancy program or setup a PGP key to require a password. Look no further than Windows’ built-in BitLocker and virtual drives!
Hate synchronizing package versions in npm package monorepos? Same. Let’s fix that.
I’ve been contemplating a lot about the cost of operating all these web tools and I have to say: damn, a lot of these are expensive. Especially when you’re starting a new project. Right now, my server costs stand at around US$81 a year. That’s a $15.16/year domain name and a €4.90 VPS. With currency […]
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