This article outlines my discovery phase for working with organizations that are starting to create disaster recovery processes for a website or web app. I’m usually dealing with things built on Drupal, but this approach is general enough to work for any CMS-backed website and most web apps. I’m focusing more on developing robust processes than on the actual tech here.
For most projects, security is not the answer.
How to combine the speed and simplicity of Jekyll with the thin-client benefits of authoring code (and content) in the cloud, in five minutes.
Android N has one feature that completely changes authoring (code or text) on Android devices lucky enough to have gotten the update: split screen multi-tasking. A quick walkthrough on how to enable Android N’s split screen feature on the Nexus 9, and a few of the ways I’ve been using this since the official Android N release landed last week.
One of the questions I’ve been asked recently is why I rebuilt this site in Jekyll instead of Drupal, when almost all of my current consulting work involves Drupal site-building and front-end code. It seems appropriate to use the same solutions we build for clients; shouldn’t Drupal be good enough for me too?