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Uni is Over

It's been a pretty full on last month. As I mentioned in my last post, I've been studying and I've pretty much finished all my assessments. Well, now I can say, I've finished all my study, I'm just eagerly awaiting the results! Hopefully I'm able to obtain D or a HD for my current enrolled ...

Settling In

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So, we've been at the new house for just over a week now. Already, it's starting to look like our home. Sophie has set the kitchen up and the linen closets, and we are finally getting onto the smaller things that go in all the extra storage areas, you know like; board games and ...

Travelling for Work

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So, this week has turned out to be a bit of an adventure. I've been working but have been sent off on a conference to Brisbane. So, I'm writing this post from the Brisbane Domestic Airport in Queensland, Australia. The conference I attended is one that is for school technician's in state schools. There were ...

Back to Uni

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Well, it's well into the year now, almost the end of March and Uni is just about in full-swing for Semester 1, 2019. This semester I was enrolled in two subjects COIT20248 (Professional Skills in Information Communication and Technology) and PPMP2008 (Initiating and Planning Projects). So, it's now week 3, and I can say, lots ...

Internode Website gets a facelift

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So, earlier this month, I was visiting my Internet Service Provider's website - completing my usually bi-weekly check of internet bandwidth usage and to my surprise they have finally rolled out a much needed face-lift for their website. Below is a screenshot from archive.org of when they first launched the design back in early 2008. ...

NGINX on Raspberry PI

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After self-hosting my websites for about two weeks now. I’ve only got one more site to move across. Now, I’m contemplating shuffling things around again so that they are all hosted on a Raspberry Pi - which results in a smaller footprint and not being stuck on the limited Synology System. Though, with the Raspberry ...

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