Thing I learned today at CoderFaire Atlanta:
If you are using Apache with the worker MPM model (or the experimental event worker) under Linux, you can probably improve your memory usage. By default, there is an 8MB stack size per thread, which turns out to be overkill. If you change the size to 1MB, you can save a ton of memory:
# If this isn’t set, the OS’ default will be used (8 MB)
# which is way more than necessary
This should help my server do less memory thrashing when I get traffic spikes.
Edit files on a remote server in Sublime Text 2. I actually use the SFTP extension for this, and it integrates filesystem navigation directly into ST2, but it’s good to have options.
Sublime Tunnel of Love: How to Edit Remote Files With Sublime Text via an SSH Tunnel | Limina.Log
Royalty-free vector clip art and fonts, free of charge. Mostly scanned from period newspapers and such.
Had a job interview today. I think it went pretty well.
JS: How to Function? – Mathias Biilmann
I was recently honored to do an interview for CodePoet.com. We discuss how I got involved with web development and WordPress, community, and the difference between web development as a job versus as a hobby. Continue reading
I think I may have found the cure for my tabaholism. OneTab takes all of your current tabs, and turns them into a list of links. From there, you can choose to restore one or more tabs, as needed.
OneTab extension for Google Chrome – save 95% memory and reduce tab clutter