Responsive website design with Twitter Bootstrap

Designing your website so it is accessible on all type of devices is a popular topic and is often referred to as Responsive Website Design. This blog post describes my experience of developing a website according to Responsive Website Design principles.

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Running LXC containers on a Google Compute Instance

Google Cloud Platform is a Google product that provides services related to Cloud Computing. Services provided by Google Cloud include Compute, Storage and Databases, Networking, Big Data, Machine Learning and more.

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Some excellant Wordpress Plugins

This blog post is about my experience with using WordPress plugins. WordPress is an excellent blogging platform that is used by millions. It has an enormous number of plugins that are maintained by people all over the world. You can find a WordPress plugin for just about any function you can imagine.

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Tuning WordPress performance using Varnish

Recently I had the opportunity of on tuning website performance using Varnish. Varnish is called a Caching HTTP Reverse Proxy. This means it sits between your end user and one or more back-end servers such as Apache or Nginx and functions as a cache for HTTP traffic.

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Upgrading JWPlayer to version 7

JWPlayer is one of the most widely used video players. It has evolved from a simple video player into a video publishing platform. The latest version 7 of the player is a major upgrade from the last version. Websites that use the old JWPlayer 6 should upgrade to the latest version.

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