For this experiment I wanted to automate a Wordpress website installation using GIT into my Gandi Simple Hosting instance. Along the way I came across several roadblocks which led me to using GitLab CI/CD which I had been wanting to try for some time so I thought this was a good exercise for my curiosity and below I describe how I got it working.
This website has been online for quite some time as a WordPress blog. I know WordPress very well but never really put much time into maintaining a website of my own. I decided that I wanted to update the site to a different platform and make it as minimalistic as possible so I decided to give Jekyll a try.
Since the very beginning at my University training I have been intensively using Wolfram Mathematica. It is a fundamental tool for solving any high level mathematical problem and a powerful tool for visualization. Among other many powerful features, are the demonstrations, where you can create interactive renderings as shown in the examples below.
I am writing this post as I have spend most of the day trying to setup Mavericks Mail to work with Gmail properly. I have been using OSX with Gmail for a long time now, but recently I noticed Mail.app on my MacBook Air was consuming too much CPU at times and my iMac was getting unresponsive too as I could hear the hard disk constantly spinning. I noticed after some time that it happened while syncing with gmail servers.
I have worked on all three major platforms, Windows, then Linux for some years and finally Mac. I do on my mac my daily coding and wanted to list the software on which I rely daily.
If you are new to web development, I usually recommend tizag.gom which is where I started learning most of my php skills.
I hope this list is useful to any fellow coders newcomers to the Mac
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