One thing every freelance web developer needs is a good web host. But there are two sides to this requirement: one needs a reliable and speedy host for one’s own web presence, and at the same time one needs a great deal of space and flexibility in order to set up staging environments for clients to review in-progress projects. I’d additionally like my development host to provide a centralized location for version control, as well as a few other functions. Since it’s not easy to find an inexpensive host that covers all of these bases, I’ve decided to separate these two functions out.
I know it’s been a long time since I’ve updated (ah, the eternal lament of the blogger), but I finally have something to write about.
I very recently left my job at Sanky Communications to pursue a career as a freelance web developer.
I have to say that I learned a lot in my time at Sanky, and I already miss the people there. The organization does a lot of great projects for some really wonderful non-profit clients, and I’m especially proud of some of the projects we launched towards the end of my time there …