Bake your fees in, don’t line item them

By Josh Sherman
6 min read
personal finance

As a business owner, I understand that there are fees associated with running a business. There’s always a cost to doing business and those costs can generally be written off at the end of the year. Those costs are yours and in my opinion don’t always need to be revealed […]

What transferring a domain to a new registrar entails

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
development

With my recent trials and tribulations with DirectNIC and my now exodus to NameSilo I’ve been asked a couple of times of how difficult a domain transfer is and what it entails. Before I discuss the steps to transfer a domain, I’d like to note that I will be posting […]

How to set up a LAMP server on Ubuntu 13.10

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
development
linux
apache
mysql
php
ubuntu

Been a while since I’ve covered setting up a brand new LAMP server. This time, I’m going to be using Ubuntu 13.10 and once you are logged into your server you will want to update and upgrade it to the latest software versions: sudo apt-get update && apt-get upgrade Once […]

Ground up rewrites should be a last resort not the status quo

By Josh Sherman
5 min read
development
project management

And even then, everything has to be so fucking abysmal that there’s no way to avoid it. The only time I’d ever condone a full rewrite is when you are completely abandoning an existing user base else you’re probably going to disappoint at least a good chunk of your users […]

Nintendo Wii U First Impressions

By Josh Sherman
8 min read
reviews
nintendo
wii / wii u
video games

tl;dr - I like the Wii U but do have some pain points. Also affiliate links, so many affiliate links. I grew up in the 1980s. I got to experience the 8-bit console wars first hand. The Wizard taught me that the Power Glove was “so bad” (and how to […]