The site was migrated to SSDNodes last year as my previous host was becoming less reliable and I fancied something more versatile. I’ve not covered it on here but here is how my site runs, now with added HTTPS thanks to LetsEncrypt! A bit of history. This is a WordPress site and has been since it… Read More »
If you see this message after visiting neave.engineering then DNS changes have successfully propagated! I’m moving hosts to SSD Nodes, this will give me more control over my site for the same price I was paying as well as a handy VPS to play with Docker!
December, a wonderfully triumphant mess! The Bad Bits I had a weird bug that left me knackered, we had project end which was busy and I was generally pushing myself too hard. The Good Bits Despite having a bug that left me knackered through application of drugs, coffee and rum I ignored it long enough… Read More »
Following up from my post on my Simple Rules I thought I’d start doing month end posts as a recap and log on how I’m doing. Mostly for myself to read back on to see how far I’ve come but hopefully help other people too. It’ll also be a great place to list the odds and… Read More »
This post is the first non-technical one I’ve done in a while and will discuss my mental health issues, the problems therein and how I’m mitigating them. I talk about things like this on Facebook, Twitter and even all-staff emails at work and I thought I’d finally pen something here. This will also cover some… Read More »
I’ve just realised that the .engineering TLD exists so I’ve bought neave.engineering and I’ve pointed it towards this site. The old neave-eng.com and jedibowler.com links will carry on working but this is the new URL and I can’t imagine it changing in a hurry!
“A man is not dead while his name is still spoken.” – Going Postal, Chapter 4 prologue A touching tribute, one I’ve heartily embraced. http://www.gnuterrypratchett.com/
Things have been a bit manic since the last post, both in job hunting and random other things that have made the last few weeks disappear, including the inaugural Reading Hackspace Hackathon at Horniman Gardens! The most important part is the job hunt, which was both successful and massive successful. The repetition is entirely justified… Read More »
So, I’ve been running this blog for a while now and though the name is cool it’s never really felt like a good fit. I grabbed the domain many years back and used it out of habit more than anything, now I’m starting to take things a little more seriously, for a given value of… Read More »
I mentioned in my last post I rode on a crane on my first day of school, this is the crane in question and my Dad behind the wheel. Glad to say, both are still going strong.