Questions and Answers Hostek VPS Hosting

Questions About Hostek VPS Hosting - What Makes Hostek

We offer free consulting for anyone who would like our team to discuss possible solutions for hosting. We usually hear from companies wanting to move existing sites or servers. VPS hosting is a great option especially for companies because of the low cost and it’s easy to get started. We get a lot of questions about VPS hosting. Below are some of the most common answers we share. Will VPS Hosting Be Slow? Physical server hardware is shared with multiple VPS’s but the good news is we’re super careful about resource consumption. We never OVER provision a server; guaranteeing your...
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ColdFusion 2016 Is Released What Now?

ColdFusion 2016 - What's Next For ColdFusion And Hosting

With ColdFusion 2016 being released almost 1 week ago. It’s had time to settle in and get reviewed. Hostek made ColdFusion 2016 Hosting and ColdFusion 2016 VPS Hosting ready in less than 24hrs after announcement. We caution everyone to recognize it’s a new product so mileage may vary. What’s Being Said About ColdFusion 2016? There’s been several blog posts already describing the pro’s and con’s from recognized names. So instead of writing about this we’ll link to them here: Adam Cameron – “by far the worst ColdFusion release” Charlie Arehart – “hidden gems to uncover” Rakshith Naresh – “Embrace futuristic technologies” There’s...
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When the going gets tough start coding

We get asked a lot about what technology is “dying” and what we suggest. New and veteran developers ask, trying to get a feel for how one solution is perceived vs another. Just a hint so they can start coding if it interests them – in a new more “progressive” language. There’s many benchmarks to analyze popularity. Brad Wood recently tweeted that CFML still ranked high on the Code2015 list. There’s many other languages there too. But is a code’s ranking enough to “adopt it”? Not always.. but sometimes. Similarly when Hostek plans it’s yearly goals. We know people are still interested in...
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Ethical Web Development

Inspired by a recent post from Anselm Hannemann this week we decided to share this link to Ethical Web Development. Hahnemann makes a great point. While most website and apps don’t manage life and death responsibilities some do. He said: And that’s why I think we should feel responsible for our users. And by making choices that are ethical and user-centered, we create a better web for everyone. See The point is not to pay special attention to development at these critical levels. Instead standardize the approach to web-development all together. So that websites or apps are created with...
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