On July 27, 2017 ServerMania sponsored a Web Hosting Industry Review (WHIR) networking event in Toronto, Canada. WHIR networking events always provide a great opportunity for industry professionals to meet in a comfortable environment, develop connections, and create new business opportunities. This event was certainly no exception.
On July 27, 2017, ServerMania is proud to be sponsoring a Web Hosting Industry Review (WHIR) networking event in Toronto, Canada. WHIR networking events provide a great opportunity for industry professionals to meet in a comfortable environment, develop connections, and create new business opportunities. We’ll be giving away a Beats By Dre headset at the event and complimentary drinks, as well as delicious appetizers, will be available.
Choosing a strong password is critical to securing your account. Strong and secure passwords can also be a pain, which is why many of us can fall into the bad habit of sharing a password or two across many different accounts. This practice, while helpful in remembering our passwords, makes us more susceptible to attacks on our accounts. (more…)
Side projects are increasingly popular among developers. The availability of inexpensive infrastructure makes launching a web app easier than ever. Any developer with an idea can code a minimal viable product and have it up and running in no time at all. Side projects can be an educational experience, a way to make a few extra dollars, or the beginnings of what may become a full-time job. (more…)
Twenty-five years ago this month, Linus Torvalds posted a message to the comp.os.minix newsgroup asking for ideas for a new project he’d been working on. The project — “just a hobby, won’t be big and professional like gnu” — was an operating system. At the time, it was unnamed, but, as I’m sure you all know, over the next quarter of a century, Linux popularized a new way of thinking about software development and became the seed that allowed thousands of businesses to flourish. (more…)
So, you’re looking into hosting for your business? That’s great! Just make sure you understand the different paths available to you. If you don’t know what your choices are, there’s a fairly good chance you’re going to end up making the wrong one.