Solo developers should still do code reviews

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
development

As a single developer on a handful of projects, I’m a huge proponent for establishing systems and best practices, even if they don’t seem practical as an army of one. In the past I’ve written about making sure version control is in place even if you’re the only developer on […]

Unsolicited Relationship Advice

By Jenny Sherman
2 min read
relationships
retrospection
introspection

Relationships… What was it that Chris Rock said? Oh yeah. “You can be married and bored, or single and lonely.” Oh Chris, you rascal! You’re a true romantic! In month of March, sixteen years ago, I met the boy, joshtronic. I won’t bore you with all the details, but it’s […]

There's no harm in asking for a refund

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
personal finance

If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you know that I am big proponent for giving kids an allowance. It’s not something we couple with chores because the way we look at it, as a member of Team Sherman, [it’s your obligation to help out][dinner], even if you’re not […]

$5 VPS Showdown - March 2019 - DigitalOcean vs. Lightsail vs. Linode vs. Vultr

By Josh Sherman
7 min read
reviews
hosting
digitalocean
lightsail
linode
vultr

New month, new batch of benchmarks! An FYI for the folks that send me requests to include different providers, I want you to know that you are heard I’m feeling like I’ve optimized my workflow enough that adding in a new provider or two soon wouldn’t take much additional time, […]

Google Price Protection

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
personal finance

The of saga continues… First my phone stopped connecting to the cellular network. Then I casually reset my phone, unknowingly locking myself out of my Authy account. Then after pulling the trigger on a new phone, the Pixel 3, the Googs ran a promotion to get 200 bucks off a […]