Tag Archives: python

Announcing MediGuest: Free Management software for Social Welfare Hostels

I’ve just released MediGuest. It’s a web-based, open-source application for the management of welfare hostels. Think of drug rehab centers, centers for alcoholics, or anywhere that may admit guests, but also supervise them in some way. Previously commercial, I’m making this available to all organisations that can benefit from it, entirely free of charge… because, […]

C++, it’s time to go

I’ve been studying a lot of languages lately, looking for a modern, parallel language which is a deserving successor to C/C++/Python as my main, go-to language for Getting Things Done.  Someone on Reddit was specifically asking why C++ isn’t ideal any more, and I wrote up this response based on my research.  So, I thought […]

Tuning a webserver to avoid swapping

A lot of people run into a problem when they first setup a webserver — perhaps in a VPS or other small system — using default settings: the system will run fine at first, but when under load, probably when the owner isn’t around, it will grind to a halt. The owner comes back, tries […]