To show my work as a front-end web-developer, I wanted a site that reflects what I can do. Hence I needed more than my previous WordPress blog. This i...

I rebuild my blog with the Gatsby.js framework. I styled the website with React and Bootstrap and used JavaScript to code dynamic parts,

I build the plugin as a webapp with the Next.js framework. I styled the app with React and Bootstrap and used JavaScript to code dynamic parts.

We build the calendar as a webapp with the Next.js framework. The calendar is based on React Big Calendar, which I styled with React and Bootstrap.

I helped my sister get started by setting up a Ghost blog on AWS Lightsail. She did the design and content herself. The only thing I do for her is mak...

I rebuild the homepage with the Next.js framework. I styled the website with React and Bootstrap and used JavaScript to code dynamic parts.

One of our customers mentioned she'd liked to have a webshop someday. She wasn't in any rush, but when Covid hit, we quickly build a webshop for her.

Our user manual (application documentation) was put together in WordPress together with our blog. I build a dedicated docs website with Docusaurus.

I couldn't find a proper guide, so I created this tutorial. One that is not based on the standard Bitnami image.

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. In this appendix we describe a few improvements to our on-the-cheap architec...

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. This appendix tries to help you determine the right EC2 instance type for yo...

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. This appendix list some recommended training material for AWS.

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. In this appendix we show a few pricing examples an estimate of our current c...

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. This appendix lists the AWS services used and other interesting ones (future...

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. In this part we'll configure CloudWatch to monitor our servers and applicati...

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. In this part we configure the S3 service and create our buckets.

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. We'll setup WorkMail as our default email hosting service and SES for sendin...

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. In this part we launch an Ubuntu instance and show how to change the instanc...

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. In this part we launch an Ubuntu instance and show how to change the instanc...

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. In this part we configure EC2 and launch a Windows 2019 instance.

2020 January 31

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. On AWS we start with securing our root account and adding users and roles in...

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. In part 3 we'll discuss the basic architecture of our AWS EC2 environment.

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. In part 2 we describe what our goals and requirements were.

Hosting our own ASP.NET apps on AWS taught us this is not a side project. That has to change, starting with the problem definition in part 1: introduc...

Apart from having a place to articulate my thoughts, it was also a way of learning how to build, host and support a WordPress blog.

Diana set up a WordPress blog, initially for me to, well, blog about and for jodiBooks. I learned to use it and took over the responsibility to keep i...