Apologies for being away so long

I had some pressing matters with my team at Being Libertarian LLC, I have since published some new articles there which you can read through this link, https://beinglibertarian.com/author/ganon/. This weekend I plan to be creating a brand new WordPress stack as this server is on the older Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with a GNU/Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (5.7) LAMP stack. The new wordpress stack I will be building will utilize Ubuntu 16.04 GNU/Linux, Nginx (Easy Engine), MariaDB, and PHP (7) (making it a LEMP stack). I have over the past few months grown to love Nginx more than Apache. So I am ditching LAMP stacks for LEMP. It will incorporate SQL Injection filters, Cloudflare DNS Proxy and DDoS mitigation, Nginx caching, amongst many other things. Yes I will be putting forth a tutorial on how to do what I will be making. I also hate PHPMyAdmin and prefer working directly in shell, so no there will not be tutorial including PHPMyAdmin. This is in part due to my perception of one more way for a website to be compromised.

I am not sure whether or not I will cover the SQL database migration as those tutorials are widely found across the website. So hopefully I should have the entirety documented by late next week.

Author: Alon Ganon

I serve as a technology research associate for DTG3D. I am a technology specialist, very focused on understanding the details and applications of new technology trends. With a background in Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, and FreeBSD operating systems, I provide practical approaches to the integration of new technology into an IT and general business environment. I am currently is involved in the analysis of augmented and virtual reality systems. I also spend my free time advocating for freedom in software, and in all facets of our life. I have been working on computers since I was 4 years old under my father's company DTG3D. I built my first computer at 7 years old, and I am primarily self taught and self trained in regards to the majority of his IT skills due to decades of being surrounded by technology everyday. My philosophy is, "You are not dead, until you stop learning."

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