Working in IT means you are most likely to be exposed to new technologies, languages & frameworks. that can get annoying when you are about to submit your resume/cv to a new potential client/employer.
Every single time when I had to send the resume to them I’d found myself that the copy file was lacking some of the skills that I’d learned recently. That would lead into me looking around for the latest copy of my resume in cloud or somewhere, edit the file and export it as pdf.
The problem with that is that most of the times I’d just be lazy & once I sent the updated version I would simply leave it on my desktop or temporary workspace, This would create the problem of me having multiple versions of the same resume in different folders and yeah the headache begins.
So I decided to give this a change, I decided to dump all those doc, pdf files & go web. I made myself a tiny web page that reads my skills & information off a sqlite file, I can also edit and update that file at any time i’d want, and instead I can provide a link to the potential employer and client. You can have a look at what I came up with here, it’s also linked on header of this page.
There are few variants of the same resume, a web version (it is mobile friendly too) which is what I expect most to look at, then you’ll have the option to download a pdf generated version or view it in print-friendly mode. I’ve also created a json version, so in case my employers wanted to go creative or someone wanted to stalk my skills they can simply call my resume API.
The benefit to this would be me having less headache on finding the latest version of my resume, or simply add what I need to add the moment I want to send it out to clients. For them they can always download a PDF generated version, they can also know when was the last time I’ve updated it.
a while ago I found myself struggling with the idea of being perfect in life, or in another word being in a perfect life. Simply making sure things are moving right on the plan, to prevent anything bad from happening, and that was creating this feeling of anxiety in me that I’m not in control.
It started years ago with a traumatic incident, once I’ve gotten through it, I thought I am free & Its over. soon I found myself struggling with an strange fear, the fear of it happening to me again. in every step I take & every decision I make, I was afraid of something bad happening.
I was too consumed with the anxiety of being out of control that I experienced 1 or 2 panic attacks. The anxiety gets more intense on the same time of the year that I had that incident. Anniversary effect they call it, I know right.
I soon found out that this anxiety was getting stronger living among the outside world. It was not really interfering on how I could interact with the people I knew, but to see the nasty things people do to each other, whether its something that I witness with my own eye, or something that I watch in News or even a TV Show, or even hearing a Tragic story from someone in a group was making me feel deeply disturbed.
So I’ve been running some of our development components on Docker in the company but it was never significant to the level that we rely on them for Development and Production, due to some major changes in our DataCenter I had to setup some database clusters and services from scratch to migrate our old data into.
So I saw this as an opportunity to convert some of our classic VMs into docker containers for a easier production and development experience.
Usually the default document root for each cPanel account is “public_html”, this is mostly fine with most of scripts but when it comes to times that you are using a framework which is suppose not to expose the main files in it’s public document root, it gets complicated.
Unfortunately there is no way to change the document root for the primary account of cPanel within the control panel itself, and the only way to do it is to have root access.
If you do have root access on your server then it will be easy to achieve that.
To change the document root simply edit the config file for the account you wish to modify, its located at:
look for the config documentroot and change it to the way you want it.
if you got ssl installed on your domain you will need to do the same change for another file at:
sed (Stream Editor) is a tiny cool tool shipped in most linux distros. most of the times I use sed to lookup for pieces of strings in my projects and replace them in cases that I’m moving them from one environment to another.
to run sed for search and replace purpose on a single file you can do:
The above command will look up the file.txt in and search all occurances of ‘oldstring’ to ‘newstring’.
To do this in a recursive mode and all the files in a directory you can mix it up with find command.
note I’ve passed “.” as the target directory to find, means I should be in the directory that I wish to run the search in. you can also replace “.” with the path of the directory you wish to do your search and replace in.