While Cloudflare offers amazing DNS functionality and speed for the delivery of those visiting your website, sometimes it can get in the way when traffic needs to be passed through without any interruption. Here’s a particular case where I needed to bypass CloudFlare’s servers.
At the end of every year it’s good to reflect on what changes you’ve made and why you’ve made them. This helps to be aware of trends and in your own personal development. Here’s how the end of 2012 looked for me.
How do you create a simple jQuery background image slider? As these elements within web pages, especially on the index page, are becoming popular this is something we can do with relative ease.
What apps have made the transition over to my new Macbook Air? By reviewing the apps I use and no longer use it helps to realise changes to my own workflows and processes. How often do you do a software review?
If you are looking for software to help with teaching mathematics in the classroom then there are a great many tools for students and teachers alike to use. Here are the popular resources I use and how to set them up properly.
Is there a way where I can write math looking functions without the need of bringing in MathJAX or other heavy LaTeX renderers? Especially if the need is quite simple, such as writing a simple algebraic fraction. Thankfully there is!
If you’re having problems logging in to your Twitter account after setting up a new domain, then the solution is to try again and then wait for the re-sending email confirmation link.
How do you open a file from your terminal into your Coda editor? Here’s a quick script you can use to do such a task.
Even though it might be difficult to be able to perform coding in my day-to-day job as a math teacher I do have some resources that allow me to tickle my coding itch throughout the year. Here are some of the current resources I use as a teacher.