2018 has been a fabulous year so far. Me and family moved to the San Francisco bay area realizing my life long dream and our family goals. It is absolutely an awesome experience living in the Bay Area amongst so many super smart techies and great startups. On arrival I had two initial goals, namely, meet everyone in tech and make friends and find a new awesome job with a startup that has a great future and potential solving problems that line up well with my interests and technical interests.
In this post I will discuss the steps I took to migrate my blog from Pelican to Hugo. Goal Original Blog New Blog Static site generator Pelican Hugo Hosting Linode Amazon S3 Deployment Strategy Manual using git Automated using Wercker Source Control bitbucket GitHub Installing Hugo I do all of my development on an Apple Macbook Pro so I used homebrew to install Hugo:
Using pyenv to manage your virtual environments makes working on multiple projects, each using a different version of python a breeze. I do all my development on an Apple Macbook running Yosemite and my production environment is a VPS from Linode running CentOS 7. Here some simple notes on how I setup and use pyenv : Installing on Mac OS X Install using homebrew $ brew install pyenv pyenv-virtualenv Update your shell profile (.
Here is an overview of what is involved in getting your Laravel 4 apps authentication system to integrate with Get Satisfaction Fastpass for single sign on. What I am using Laravel 4.0 Cartalyst Sentry 2 (for authentication) Former Fastpass PHP SDK Install the Fastpass PHP SDK Create a folder to install the library in $ mkdir app/lib $ mkdir app/lib/getsatisfaction Download & untar/unzip the Fastpass PHP SDK