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Self-signed SSL Certificate for EC2 Load Balancer

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Good tutorial for getting SSL going on an Amazon Web Services Elastic Load Balancer. Generating a self-signed certificate, saves time and money from having to purchase a certificate with your CSR from a certificate authority. Ideally though, in a production

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Posted in Amazon Web Services, Servers

MySQLi and Heroku – Round 2

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Read Previous Article Well after a comment from a reader on a previous post regarding heroku and mysqli, I set out to figure it out.  After doing some digging, the cedar stack that Heroku is currently on is really great.

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Posted in Heroku

PHP OOP

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I haven’t done much PHP OOP.  I have started focusing more on this recently.  LornaJane.net gives a great high level tutorial on this.   http://www.lornajane.net/posts/2012/introduction-to-php-oop

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Display a Web Page on boot with Raspberry Pi

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I just got a raspberry pi today to test a budget alternative to displaying dynamic dashboard metrics on monitors for work.  The raspberry pi is the perfect tool for this.  Its $35.  There is nothing to lose.  In the past

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Posted in IT