Episode 91: Anyone Can Do Something Great

Daniel and Manton talk about Manton’s switch to Linode, the pragmatism and insanity of running your own server, and the old-timer/newbie mix at WWDC.

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  • Heroku – The cloud platform that Manton is moving away from.
  • Linode – The VPS hosting service Manton switched to.
  • Redis – Open-source key value storage system.
  • Heroku’s Ugly Secret – Criticism from James Somers of Heroku’s usage accounting tactics.
  • Rackspace – The VPS hosting service Daniel uses.
  • nginx – Alternative HTTP server to Apache.
  • Copland – Wikipedia page on Apple’s ill-fated Copland operating system.
  • Pay Attention – Mike Lee’s App.net post reminding folks to pay attention when people are speaking.
  • mur.mu.rs – Mike Lee’s blog.

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May 29, 2013 at 2:48 pm.