This is something that bothered me when adding more than one server to PHPMyAdmin. The default configuration is very verbose, and largely isn’t needed for simple use cases. In my case, I boiled down the config options I use most frequently, and changed the format to be more inline. The format doesn’t look too good on the site, but it is pretty clean once in a wider editor.
So I recently have fallen in love with single sign on. I really like centralized user management, and being able to adapt it into many different application is really sweet. Plus, it makes compliance people happy!
One framework that I instantly fell in love with was Inky. Having built a number of emails using pure HTML, having the shorthand syntax was amazing. Coupling it with the inliner and CSS in Foundation for Emails, it’s dead simple to write a good looking email.
After a long a deep think, I’ve decided to retire my physical hardware and migrate all of my machines to Amazon Web Services. It wasn’t an easy choice, and I feel like I need to spend some time explaining why, just get some things off my chest.
So this is kinda random, but I needed a template to make these checks work with GnuCash. So if some other lazy soul wants to use it, here it is 🙂