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I’ve been toying with Git for a while now. I’ve had it installed on my computer, I’ve read about it, I’ve got an account on GitHub and I’ve even forked a few things (tee hee). But today I’ve gotten serious. I’ve decided to manage my next few personal projects with Git instead of SVN, and try to add it as another tool in my personal web armoury.
Web Hosting is a minefield…
Seeing the web hosting feature in the latest edition of .net Magazine has confirmed my feelings about the web hosting industry: it’s a minefield. A completely over saturated market of small-fry & big brands, most of which you will never have heard of unless you’ve heard a horror story or two. In my experience it doesn’t seem to matter where you turn, something unexpected goes wrong.
..last weekend I decided to finally sort out my hosting life. With all my resold accounts still hanging around on slowly-slowly-Surpass, and my blog on clunky-Clook, I’ve turned back to the one place I know I’ll get what I pay for – PearTreeUK. They may be relatively small, but there’s nothing like being able to get hold of an intelligent human being whenever you need one! Having kept my original account open as a test bed, I have now upgraded to a reseller with them.