I gave a talk called Things You Always Wanted to Know About WordPress (But Were Afraid to Ask) at WordPress US. I’ve added the slides below. If there’s anything I missed, feel free to reach out and let me know!
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Yesterday, on April 7, 2014, researches uncovered a vulnerability in OpenSSL. It’s called Heartbleed. And basically it’s scary as hell. The gist of it boils down to this: If you log into a site that’s been compromised, the hacker has a good chance of getting your password. And your email. And your name. And your… […]
So last week was WordCamp Atlanta 2014. I gave a talk there about caching, nginx, and CDNs. It was originally intended to be a talk about nginx, Varnish, and memcache, but I ended up changing it a bit at the last minute and focusing on caching, content delivery networks, nginx, and just making WordPress fast […]
A review of how the web works A few days ago I wrote about the difference between domain names and web hosts. Another topic that comes up a lot when I talk with clients is content delivery networks, or CDNs. CDN’s are used for a large variety of reasons, some very specialized. But the case […]
I end up explaining the differences between web domains and web hosts and name servers and email servers a lot. The topic comes up two or three times a week, so I figured I’d go ahead and write a quick blog post about it. Okay, so when we’re talking about a website, one of the […]