[Lessons learned: never do a victory lap on your blog before the migration is in the bag.] It’s been well over a month in the making, and in many ways it started my descent into the Mouth of Madness that … Continue reading
This past week marked the 2 year anniversary of Reclaim Hosting and what started as something of an experiment has turned into a successful business and one of the most rewarding things I’ve been a part of in my professional career. We’ve come a long way in 2 years but
Heads up: this is not a technical run through, but more of a conceptual overview. Apologies if you came here looking for a how-to. Hopefully we will have just that in the next few months.
But enough about the past, let’s … Continue reading →
http://t.co/YUs8YEmRIe has gone #Docker! As of today @DukeU‘s main site now hosted entirely in #Docker containers! @DukeOIT @DukeWebServices
— Chris Collins (@ChrisInDurham) May 12, 2015
I was excited to see Tony Hirst retweet the news that Duke University’s website is being run … Continue reading →
Jim Groom on Reclaim and the translation of edtech from UCalgary Taylor Institute on Vimeo.
D’Arcy Norman posted this one video that parts of a larger documentary project he started while at UMW for the Reclaim Your Domain Hackathon. I don’t get to see D’Arcy … Continue reading →