How we joined the exabyte league of Yahoo!, CERN, and Bloomberg. And went our own way with CephFS

Ceph, a free-software storage platform, scalable to the exabyte level, became a hot topic this year. In fact, now Ceph is so stable it is used by some of the largest companies and projects in the world, including Yahoo!, CERN,...

Park.io: How To Be The Best In Domain Catching? And How Getting Expired Hacker Style Domains Became A Big Project

Mike Carson, a computer programmer, explains how the need to get ‘hacker style’ domains got him to launch software as a service for others at park.io. We asked him how he started. Can you introduce yourself? And what is the...

Delim.co: 150$ a month from a simple tool to manage data

Adam Diehm, a SEO expert, web developer, and entrepreneur built delim.co - a free comma separating tool and now he reliably generates $150/mo. The tool is used by the same developers, SEO experts, and many other to convert data from...

EDM hunters: How Learning Django, Good UX And Love For Electronic Music Became A 900$ A Month In Revenue

Jaskaran Rana, a 24 year old coder and music enthusiast from India, explains how learning Django, good user experience and love for electronic music became a 900$ a month in revenue with edmhunters.com. His income comes from advertising - at...

First-class citizen IPv6

We are trying to push the world to move to the new (actually quite old) IP protocol (IPv6), thus we are running our internal infrastructure under IPv6-only communication since June 2016. If we want to involve something new into our...