This site is focused on technology and its implementation, specifically as it centers around websites and browser-based applications that employ the LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MySQL, PHP) stack as well as other server-side technologies such as Ansible, Go, and Node.js.
About the author
I’m Kenn. I was born in 1964 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I’ve always been an aficionado of science and history, an animal lover, and a writer/musician.
I blundered into the field of computer programming right around the time I turned twenty, and it has been my lifelong career. It wasn’t until I the web came along that my career also became my passion.
I consider myself privileged to have spent almost three decades serving my hometown as an IT professional with the City of Chattanooga.
My dream job
Yup, dream jobs exist, and I found mine. Recently I accepted the position of Director of Website Development for Media Cause, a creative firm that specifically serves the marketing needs of non-profits. Check out my post about it.
Servers, software, and words
I’m a software nerd, but I know a lot of work goes into creating great software. One of the things I love about open source software is that it gives me the opportunity to explore great software and – usually – tweak it.
I’m a serious server/cloud nerd, though, and that’s where my love of open source software really comes into play: I like tricking out new hosting configs for various pieces of software. I enjoy making software resilient, redundant, secure, fast, and tuning it into lots of bell, whistles, and integrations.
Writing about it is something I enjoy as well, but since writing about it kind of sometimes ends up in second-place, I don’t always do it consistently.
I’m working on getting better at that!