Hosting a WordPress site can be insecure and expensive. Making it static is a great way to optimize these downfalls, and hosting it in S3 can reduce costs even more and allow for more fine-grained security configurations.
Basic websites are often made in insecure ways with plugins and features available through frameworks like WordPress. A lot of times though, these websites don’t need these features when they go live because they’re just static sites. For example, if you have a portfolio or personal website, it probably doesn’t have any fancy features that […]
Managers are expected to give feedback. It goes with the responsibility of leading a team of employees. The idea is that by giving compliments and constructive criticism, they will correct errors and improve the performance of their employees. If they do this task well, their teams will excel. This will lead to happy employees and […]
play.js is an interesting iOS app that acts as an IDE for Node.js and React Native. It’s a weird concept, but the thought of being able to create an app for my phone by using an app for my phone was too fun to pass up.
One benefit of working at Atomic Object is our bicycle commuter reimbursement program. Although the benefit’s origin is a 2008 tax law that is no longer in effect, Atomic has decided to continue the program. The gist is that for each month that you bike to work at least 10 days, you can be reimbursed […]
I recently became very concerned about online privacy when I discovered that Google was maintaining a list of everything I’ve purchased and every flight I’ve taken. I had known that Gmail sorts and filters emails for advertising purposes, but seeing everything consolidated was a big surprise and concern to me.
After deciding to explore a career in software development, I recognized that, beyond general programming experience, I had no real exposure to the industry. I didn’t know anything more than a surface-level description of the job title. I lacked knowledge about the culture, trends, and lingo of the industry. I wanted to gain exposure, but […]
I’m in the final stretch of a graduate program I’ve completed while working 40 hours a week. Three years ago, I remember agonizing over whether to enroll. Would I lose my friends? Would my work performance suffer? What would I have to cut out of my life to manage the added time put towards school? […]
Are your meetings constantly running long? Do you feel like your team is getting off in the weeds and not focusing on the important points? I’ve felt these concerns.
For several years now, I have wanted to further my professional development in business administration and management. I researched MBA programs and other related certificate programs, but the timing never felt right for me in terms of the time and financial commitments that business school would require, and the other life goals and activities I […]