Drupal with Varnish caching and HTTPS using Nginx and Let's Encrypt
Varnish is great at serving pages to anonymous users at high speed, but it doesn't speak HTTPS so if you want to use Varnish and provide your site over HTTPS then you need to use something to do HTTPS and proxy the traffic to Varnish. In this blog post I will detail one way to do this by using Nginx to do HTTPS termination and proxy the requests to Varnish.
Victory over the sun
European Cycle Tour 2016
A 2 week tour through Holland, Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium. Following the Rhine and the Mosel to Luxembourg, before finding some climbs in the Ardennes.
Introduction to Front-End Ops
Rooting and Updating Android on a Google Nexus
Will you get less wet running in the rain?
This is a mathematical look at the problem.
An Introduction to Ajax
Dorset Coast - July 2009
Photos from a week's walking along the Dorset section of the South West Coast Path.