Deploying Meteor and high cpu usage on production

Meteor is an open source javascript framework which gives developers to create real time Web apps without dealing with server code. From my side it's a lot like firebase. However there are slight differences between them. Firebase also supports server side data synchronisation. Even though I don't really like nodejs…

A small package of happiness aka SSD

I bought a small package of happiness from amazon. Little, fast, silent, light, beautiful... It's an SSD, Samsung 840 EVO which has really aggressive pricing. I used this site to decide what to buy: http://ssd.userbenchmark.com/ You should not really care about this 6gb/s thingy. You should…

My first Android app which does something: World Cup Fan!

When the world cup first started, I knew that I won't be able to watch all of the games and I was going to look for highlight videos and goals after the games desperately on youtube, dailymotion, google etc. So I created this simple android app which collects the match…

Migrated my blog from Wordpress to Ghost

Yay, happy days. It has been in my todo list since I saw ghost's kickstarter campaign. They pledged ~200k pounds while expecting 25k. Whatever, first I set up a free account from ghost's official website and then tried to write my first blog post. I was amazed with the typing…

Blogging for free with Ghost blog on Amazon EC2 Instance with your domain

I will walkthrough the steps of blogging for free with Ghost blog on Amazon EC2, well sort of. No, it's not tumblr. Ghost is a nodejs based simple blogging platform. It was born in kickstarter. I really like it. It's simple yet beautiful. There are two ways to use ghost…

Mobile Application Development Frameworks Compared - Native, Steroids, Appcelerator, Kivy

Disclaimer: I'm not an expert on mobile application development. Just a newbie leaning towards the direction of the strong blaze. I would like write my trials with the frameworks that I've tried to use to make mobile applications, especially for android. In this process, I had some hands on experience…