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.
Google’s Page Speed measure is a tool to give developers feedback as to how their web page is performing. It rates the pages on a scale of 0 to 100, with 100 being “perfect.” In my opinion this system is very flawed and it creates an ambiguous number that encourages developers and clients to waste time and money chasing after unobtainable goals.
One of the most challenging things about starting a business is figuring out how to setup your operations. With a tech company, this gets trickier because of the plethora of options on how to handle your business. When setting up a physical operation, sourcing hardware can become a challenge, especially when capital is limited.