Monit: A Small Introduction

Monit is an awesome server monitoring tool that I have used for quite a while and recommend. What Monit does great is monitoring processes and services, so that in a way your server becomes self-healing. Monit can also notify you by email if unfortunate things happen. It is very easy to install and to set up. Let’s take a look! 1. Installation sudo apt-get install monit Edit the config file /etc/monit/monitrc....

March 1, 2016 · 2 min · 377 words · Gian Sass

Developing on an iPad – How Much More Can You Simplify?

A sudden feeling of minimalism made me try out web development on an iPad. There are some crazy folks out there who replace their high-end laptops with thin, low-featured tablets. What’s appealing about this new cloud-only movement I thought? Seems like you just an iPad and a keyboard for this experiment. I then lend an iPad Air 2 from my mom and bought a cheap wireless keyboard that could be connected with bluetooth....

January 14, 2016 · 3 min · 440 words · Gian Sass