Amazon Cognito is a service that makes it easy for developers to handle user identity, not just within the application itself, but across multiple devices. Amazon Cognito allows you to focus on building your app by handling all of the complexities related to signing up new users, remembering user details and keeping sessions alive between… Continue reading What is AWS Cognito?
This is a quick one. After installing php 8 run this command to choose an alternative php version such as 7.4. I had to do this recently because I ran into a compatibility issue with WordPress sudo update-alternatives –config php
According to DevOps.com, the top Fintec companies using Devops include: 1. Capital One 2. TD Ameritrade 3. PNC Financial Services 4. Deloitte 5. Wells Fargo 6. BBVA 7. American Express 8. Accenture 9 . Bank of America 10 . Merrill Lynch The top Fintec company is Capital One because it has leadership that supports DevOps… Continue reading Top Fintec Companies using Devops
Have you ever wondered about how the Internet works? How does a router find its way to Facebook, or why is there so much lag on your favorite MMORPG? These are the types of questions that most people don’t really think about, but without answers to them, we’re unable to even use our electronic devices… Continue reading Why you should keep a journal as an engineer
PHP’s ‘php.ini’ is a configuration file for PHP scripts on your server and it allows all kinds of things to be adjusted like memory usage or display settings but often you may forget where the file actually is (this can especially be the case if you’re new to linux). php default location So here are… Continue reading 3 ways to find php.ini
WordPress comes with 2MB upload size limit by default which needs to be increased if you want to upload files larger than that amount. The limit is set by your hosts php.ini file. Login to your VPS via SSH and change your upload_max_filesize to something bigger such as 10Mb. You can customize this script to… Continue reading How to change default WordPress 2MB Upload on Self Hosted VPS php.ini
You will have been putting off something that you know really needs to be done. Perhaps it’s cleaning your house, or even doing a task in your job, such as preparing an important report. Whatever the thing is, you’ve been meaning to do it for days (or weeks) but haven’t actually got down to doing… Continue reading How to recognize that you are procrastinating
Many of us have been there. You’re in the middle of a project, and you can’t seem to get your mind off it. Your eyes are starting to droop, but you know that if you go to sleep now, it’ll only keep your mind thinking about what needs to be done tomorrow morning. It’s an… Continue reading Confusing: Should I go to bed or work more?
Troubleshooting is a difficult task. Just ask any IT professional or electrical engineer. But it doesn’t have to be that way! If you follow these 8 EASY steps, troubleshooting will become as painless as possible. Step One: Identify the Problem This is probably one of the most important steps in troubleshooting. If you can’t identify… Continue reading Stop Wasting Time Troubleshooting by Following These 8 EASY Steps
Recently, I found myself in a situation where the SSSD service on my Ubuntu server crashed. This was kind of an issue because it meant that all authentication requests were denied. It took a call from an upset dev to figure out what the problem was and then I needed to login and manually restart… Continue reading Automating Restart of SSSD Service on Ubuntu