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August 27, 2009

…And the Kitchen Sink //

My trustworthy, now two-year-old “…And the Kitchen Sink” script for building a full-featured web development environment on the Mac is now ready for Snow Leopard and 64bits of awesomeness.

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May 19, 2009

MSMTP and Virtual Hosts //

I stumbled across the answer (actually two) to a problem I encountered nearly a year ago. Better late than never I guess…

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December 11, 2007

Hidden Screen Sharing Features //

Leopard, despite having 300 new features being promoted has still managed to tuck away a few more interesting and useful tricks which are now slowly being uncovered. A couple such useful features revolve around what might be one of my…

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November 1, 2007

Get the MySQL Ruby Gem working on Leopard //

A quick walk through on compiling the Ruby MySQL gem in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.

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April 2, 2007

RSS and Subversion for Mac OS X //

A walk-through on having Subversion generate a RSS or ATOM file of recently committed changes.

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February 28, 2007

Finding and Updating Outdated Ruby Gems //

A quick tip for checking if your RubyGems are up-to-date with the latest versions.

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June 13, 2006

Dreamhost on Rails //

A few notes and some hopefully helpful information on setting up a Rails application at Dreamhost.

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November 5, 2004

Really Secure SFTP On Mac OS X //

Link to an article on adding chrooted secure FTP in Mac OS X.

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April 13, 2004

Database-Driven Gallery Tutorial (Part 3) //

Part three of a tutorial series on building a PHP/MySQL driven photo gallery. This part puts the pieces from parts 1 and 2 together and wraps up the loose ends along with providing the associated source code downloads.

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March 8, 2004

Database-Driven Gallery Tutorial (Part 2) //

Part two in a three part series on building a database-driven photo gallery with PHP and MySQL.

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