I’m the cook in our house and I usually make breakfast every day. Typically, it’s the traditional bacon, eggs, and hash browns route. Sometimes it’s breakfast tacos like bean and cheese, bacon egg and cheese, chorizo egg and cheese, or even bean and cheese. Other times it is waffles or pancakes and bacon and eggs. Continue reading
Tinnitus sucks. It really does. I recently posted a comment on my Facebook page that said “For anyone suffering from tinnitus, there is hope.” I received several comments that asked for more information and several private messages asking for the same. I figured I would write it up on my blog to reach a wider audience since I had no idea that so many people suffered from this affliction.
With the release of Rackspace DNSaaS (blog post here), I thought I would put together some examples of using curl with the service. With this release, you now have programmatic access to DNS via the API where you can set TTLs, create and delete various record types, and create and delete domains.
This is a post I originally wrote for my employer, Rackspace Hosting. You can find it here.
Lately, I’ve had several friends approach me about working at Rackspace. When I ask them why they want to work here, they seem surprised that I would ask.
“Why wouldn’t I?” is the response I most often hear. When they say that I reply with: