Here’s the stats/prices for first full month with our electrified heating system. https://nigel.ramsay.org.nz/blog/price-comparison-of-electricity-and-gas
Giving Matomo, the open source competition to Google Analytics a trial on my blog (https://nigel.ramsay.org.nz).
Turns out the paid "cloud hosted" version is run by a Wellington company, out of Catalyst House. Should I be surprised?
Thanks to @lightweight for the prompting to give it a go.
We are looking for 2 Developers with Ruby or Elixir experience at my work. One of the roles has a DevOps component, if that’s of interest to you.
Details at https://abletech.nz/jobs/
I’m happy to answer any questions you might have, via DM.
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I’ve recently migrated from Medium to a self hosted static website. Here’s why it did it.
New EV van from LDV now available in NZ. Quick summary of features here:
EVs - Sounds eco-friendly in that it doesn’t use fossil fuel, but what about the batteries? Learn more in my latest EV Q&A https://medium.com/@nigelramsay/ev-q-a-sounds-eco-friendly-in-that-it-doesnt-use-fossil-fuel-but-what-about-the-batteries-aadc9900fa33
A question of particular relevance to Wellington in my EV Q&A: Is it gutless on the hills?
If you find yourself sitting in cars now and then, this might be interesting to you and help you prevent accidents.
So if you open a cars door from the inside, you open the door with the hand that's not next to the door. This means that you turn around you body which automatically turns your vision in the direction where other cars or bikes might come from.
I was taught this early on I believe, anyways this is the way I have always done it.
In my EV Q&A series, next up is “If I go up a hill, do I gain power when I go down?”
@nigel SparkNZ are able to do eSIM for iPhones that have eSIM support - the XR and XS right now, I think - and maybe for Android phones that have eSIM.
Basically, rock up to a store and port your SIM in. Works great. 😄
Driving an electric car to Palmy
Come and join @Abletech as a front-end developer with this fully paid internship role in lovely Wellington
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