I had become accustomed to purchasing the silicone cases that Apple sells for their phones. In the past, I had purchased nearly a dozen of these cases for my iPhone SE, 8, and 11. These cases were well-constructed, had a modern appearance, and felt comfortable in my hand. So, when I received my iPhone 13 […]
Twenty Twenty-Two is a super flexible and customizable theme that’s perfect for testing out new features like Full Site Editing, Global Styles, and Navigation blocks. It’s also lightweight, making it a breeze to use. However, I never really liked the default Source Serif Pro font that came with it, but with its new capabilities, it’s […]
A reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that sits behind the firewall in a private network and directs client requests to the appropriate backend server. Why would you use such a setup? Well, for several reasons. The reverse proxy hides the identity of the servers behind it and presents its own IP address […]
QIIME 2 is an open-source bioinformatics software package that allows researchers to analyze and visualize microbiota, particularly those derived from high-throughput DNA sequencing technologies. It is an essential tool for studying the composition, diversity, and function of the microbiota, and has been widely used in practice.
ConoHa Wing is a cloud hosting platform that’s perfect for hosting a WordPress site. With its user-friendly interface, packed with features, and excellent customer support, ConoHa Wing makes it easy to set up and manage your WordPress website. In this post, I’ll share my experience troubleshooting some common issues with WordPress on ConoHa Wing, including […]
Yeast colony PCR is a variation of the colony PCR technique that is used to amplify DNA from a single yeast colony. Like regular colony PCR, yeast colony PCR involves transferring a single colony of yeast to a PCR tube, adding PCR buffer, primers, and other reagents, and then running the reaction in a thermal […]
If you visit my old website, you’ll be greeted by a welcome page. As an amateur Linux operations engineer, I sometimes do stupid things like accidentally deleting things without a backup. This post is basically a guide for my future self in case I break my server again.