AndyPi is my place for all my tech stuff, my portfolio of professional work, some fun stuff I’ve been working on and some notes to remind me how I got there! Enjoy 🙂
Debugging four common SSH key issues when authenticating with a Github private repo on a remote host: Not all VPS are created equal (especially AWS – Root user login disabled), Github access via SSH uses a different address format, Github repos must have unique SSH keys, AND only the key for the repo you are accessing should be loaded, SSH key forwarding gets disabled if the remote host identification changes.
A cheat sheet / reference for the minimum basic Django project.
Is this the only WooCommerce shipping label plugin that can list SKUs? I run an e-commerce site selling bike parts at https://fixmymechhanger.co.uk, and as it expanded I needed a way to move away from writing envelopes by hand, so I… Continue Reading →
For many programs some of the biggest performance issues are related to network and disk access – web requests and database access are some of the slowest aspects. I was commissioned by a client to improve the speed of a… Continue Reading →
For the first python web app I created, most of the tricky parts and learning came with trying to deploy it to a server, which result in lots of trial and error, and writing down a huge long list of… Continue Reading →
Almost 800 million people in the world are not-literate (according to UNESCO https://uis.unesco.org/en/topic/literacy), and many more are semi-literate or oral-preference learners (I’ll refer to OPL for short in this article). Many of these are non-literate because their mother tongue is… Continue Reading →
I am creating a custom built static site to replace an old WordPress site for a client. The main aim is to make it easier to maintain and faster to load. Choosing Cloudflare pages is my default for static sites… Continue Reading →
Imagine the possibilities opened up if you could create an AI voice from a minority language that was previously unwritten! I’m planning to update this post as I learn more. At the moment (March 2023), this is beginning to look… Continue Reading →