Category Archives: Website Design

It awesome that we get to work on so many different websites and see some really bright ideas come to life on the web.

Resetting WordPress Admin password

By | November 15, 2017

I recently forgot my blog admin password and thought I was in a heap of trouble until I came across this link. It explains how to update the MD5 hash value that is saved in the MYSQL database which serves as the backend for the wordpress site. The only criteria being you should remember… Read More »

What is a good design for a website?

By | May 9, 2017

When the trailers for the Aliens movie came out the one thing that caught my attention was how little the look of the alien has changed over time. It is still as menacing and scary as it was when we first saw it. The got me thinking about what is so special about this design… Read More »

Adding additional Network interfaces in Azure

By | March 10, 2016

In this post we cover how to add an additional NIC card to our Azure VM. Most real world production environments have multiple NIC (Network cards) and quite a few applications depends on using dedicated NICs for scalability or even High Availability. In a previous post we covered how to add a VM to a… Read More »

Monitoring Billing in Azure by Resource Group

By | March 10, 2016

In our previous post we explored how to organize resources deployed in Azure. In this post we explore how to understand the impact of the resources that were deployed. If you navigate to the Azure portal and click on the Resource group’s link on the top left a list of deployed resource groups will be… Read More »

Creating a Resource Group in Azure

By | March 9, 2016

A resource group is a nice little feature that helps Azure Administrators stay organized when managing a large scale deployment. In its simplest sense it behaves like folders on your hard disk, it helps related resources stay together and be addresses by a common name. If a developer is working for multiple projects he might… Read More »

Creating a Virtual network in Azure

By | March 9, 2016

A virtual network like its name suggests is an imaginary network created within Azure to give users the feel of having a private network within the cloud. This is often useful for both security as well as providing a level of control over resources deployed in the cloud. Some features even require that a virtual… Read More »