Now that the initial configuration is taken care of (see part 1), the real interesting stuff awaits in part 2.
As I mentioned before, SQL Operations Studio is my new favorite SQL digging tool for queries. It loads fast, is portable, and, most of all, has user-configurable widgets.
As part of my migration from my old blogging software to new, I needed a way to snag all of the images. However, the old system stored the images as extension-less numbers, making it tedious to match article slug to image quickly. I pulled down a database extract with photo ID and slug, but needed a way to pull down the images and rename them from
Hugo is a website framework that I decided to use this past week for a short project and, afterwards, liked it so much I’ve decided to rework this blog with it. Here’s a few of the quick lessons I had as a first-time user.
The use of Agile methods for the delivery of software is become commonplace for individual projects.