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Latest Blog Posts for The Startup Cafe

  • Running WordPress on Heroku + Amazon RDS
    on Sep 16, 2011
    With the announcement of the Heroku and Facebook partnership yesterday, Heroku quietly confirmed support for two new languages, Python and PHP. The self-proclaimed polyglot platform, Heroku's Celadon Cedar Stack now has a considerable advantage over...
  • Live Data Replication Using lsyncd
    on Aug 29, 2011
    One of my favorite Linux utilities I've discovered recently is lsyncd, a live syncing (mirror) daemon. Following the traditional Unix philosophy, it does data replication simply and it does it very well. Using some fancy inotify magic, lsyncd will sp...
  • APC Cache Purge Plugin for WordPress
    on Aug 23, 2011
    After a recent WordPress update, I noticed that the admin panel did not correctly reflect the new version as indicated in the footer of the backend panel. I realized that the APC opcode cache was not flushed and therefore held on to cached versions o...
  • Alsatian Darn
    on Apr 22, 2011
    "Alsatian Darn" from the album "Tomboy" (2011) performed by Panda Bear.
  • Classy Web Development with Sinatra and Heroku
    on Apr 1, 2011
    Since my recent switch from WordPress to Jekyll, I've really enjoyed playing around with Ruby. Although I don't have much programming experience, I've been fascinated with one particular Ruby framework, Sinatra. Sinatra is a DSL (domain-specific lan...
  • Mounting S3 Buckets Using FUSE
    on Feb 22, 2011
    Over the past few days, I've been playing around with FUSE and a FUSE-based filesystem backed by Amazon S3, s3fs. Until recently, I've had a negative perception of FUSE that was pretty unfair, partly based on some of the lousy FUSE-based projects I h...
  • Minimum Viable Frameworks
    on Feb 18, 2011
    During the process of redesigning my personal blog, I evaluated several pieces of software including Jekyll, Flask (a Python micro-framework) and Toto among a few others. I decided to go with Jekyll as it seemed to meet most of my requirements: No...
  • Helplessness Blues
    on Jan 31, 2011
    "What's my name, what's my station. Oh just tell me what I should do. I don't need to be kind to the armies of night. That would do such injustice to you." Source: Fleet Foxes | Helplessness Blues...
  • Using WebFont Loader
    on Jan 22, 2011
    In the process of designing this site, I decided to use some custom fonts using the @font-face CSS attribute. In comparison to some of the other web font options (Cufon, sIFR, FLIR), the @font-face CSS method is simple, easy to implement and well sup...
  • WordCamp LA
    on Jan 18, 2011
    In September of last year, I was invited to speak at WordCamp LA on developing fast and scalable servers for WordPress. During the 30 or so minute presentation, I covered quite a few topics. I strayed away from the application layer side of things an...
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