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Up to 3 free cloud servers from Hetzner

The folks at Hetzner have recently launched their cloud platform and to test out the service and also to do a good impression they are giving out up to three free cloud servers per customer for a limited time, while the platform is still in beta. They offer the possibility to deploy cloud servers in

Video tutorials in tech are just bad

Lately a lot of people have started to ditch text and focus on video for their tutorials because they saw video as a trend and decided to ride the wave. However I see the video tutorials as a bad choice when it comes to tech. You know me, I’ve been writing every once in a

Recommended Links #8

I know it’s been a while since my last recommendations, but here’s a new batch: Learn Redis the hard way (in production); The arrival of AI; VPN’s are a solution to a privacy concern; PHP 7.2 deprecations; Stop using device breakpoints!; 12 useful hacks for Javascript; Malware infection rate is soaring on smartphones; Preload, prefetch

Political hacking is good

Some folks may say that no crime is good and that no crime should be left unpunished. And they would say this not because they feel like that, but only for the sake of political correctness. However political correctness has failed in all aspects of it’s coverage as it ended up discriminating the majorities in

Domainmonster goes off the grid

I got this email from them the other day and as it seems they will be disappearing as a brand as they’ve been integrated completely into the mother company: Dear Malin, Upcoming changes to Domainmonster.com Within the next 48 hours, the Domainmonster.com website will be closing. Visitors will be redirected to 123-reg.co.uk. This is because