Geek

The Lost Art of Disk Quota Management

Once upon a time, disk space was at a premium (in fact, most compute resources were).

Geek

Using Personal or Side Projects to Show Experience

One of the most common questions we see here is how to show experience and expertise when you are just starting out or have no professional IT experience.

Amazon Web Services

How Old Do I Look?

Most of us use AWS for work, but you can us it for fun too!

Amazon Web Services

Cloud Compliance – How AWS Shield Plays a Part

In our last article, we took a look at some of the most common compliance regulations that affect IT organizations and their cloud stratagem.

Linux

Getting Started with Let’s Encrypt and SSL Certificates

Movements like HTTPS Everywhere are working to get all sites on HTTPS.

Big Data

Exploring Careers in Big Data

There is no dearth of articles and blogs on the rising demands for big data professionals and data scientists.

Tips

Find Your Community in IRC

Historically, IRC has been one of the strongest and most active forms of online communication, featuring various networks and channels on a variety of topics.

Linux

A Vim Reference Guide

Vim is a powerful text editor favored by many sysadmins and developers.

Linux

Personal Security – Importing, Verifying and Signing PGP Keys

In our last article, we went over how to create keys that we can share with others.

Linux

Git Terms: Explained

Git Terms: Explained Git is a tool shrouded in terminology and jargon, which can often be off-putting for new users, or those who know Git basics but want to become Git masters.