In boring news, I realised this site has been periodically crashing (in case you’ve seen the “cannot connect to database” error) because it runs out of RAM! Instead of upgrading my RAM, I added a scratch file because I want to keep the site on Google Cloud’s free tier. I also updated the SSL certificate that tells your web browser this website is indeed the site it says it is, and has a secure connection. Took me a couple hours to figure out how because I didn’t document it the first time. I haven’t documented it this time because I’ll remember how I did it in 90 days’ time.
SSLCertificateFile "/etc/letsencrypt/acme_v2/live/loganwu.co.nz/certificate.pem" SSLCertificateKeyFile "/etc/letsencrypt/acme_v2/live/loganwu.co.nz/private.pem" SSLCertificateChainFile "/etc/letsencrypt/acme_v2/live/loganwu.co.nz/cabundle.pem"
Arup has been treating us with the food delivery credit this month! On one Friday, we simultaneously had a group VIC/SA Infrastructure meeting ($20 each) and our final graduate programme meeting ($45 each – don’t ask me how). Some people bought alcohol but instead I went to the Hawker Chan page, went down the list, and indulged myself with Singaporean takeaways for the next three days. For the Oves awards evening (delightfully named after Ove Arup…) they’ve also given us $25.
Good stuff going on at DHHS. I took this screenshot for someone else to put my work into perspective. The red arrow is roughly when I began my work.
This data visualisation was provided to the press. Aaron Smith does not realise how on-the-money yet simultaneously off-the-money he is, as I am simultaneously a Visio monkey and a member of the developer community who would like to be automating this stuff.
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