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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    Why not? If you put some small site, you will at least learn little bit?
    I'm also agreeing with you -- If you never test, you'll never know. Although what will says is true too.. If you really want it, try it ; but if you just want it to have it, choose something else
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  2. I'm a huge fan of learning.

    It's just that my brain is sooooo... small -- compared to the list of things I'm supposed to be learning right now.

    This year I've become almost a MySQL DBA ninja -- against my will. I also learned a lot more about the design of a TCP stack than I ever wanted to know. And then there was learning the command line interface for our NAS.

    Learning is awesome, but I just need a little less awesomeness in my life right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Learning is awesome, but I just need a little less awesomeness in my life right now.
    Hear Hear. Especially if you have a tradeoff between spending time to learn, or spending a little money upfront to kick start your business..

  4. Maybe you dont even have to buy a VPS to learn,just setup CentOS on your computer and start learning linux commands and setup a server localy,you can use it as a great home server and you can learn a lot about linux and networking

  5. #15
    Will is correct if you are in a position to hire good help. For the do-it-yourself crowd, here it is:
    HOW TO: Secure and Optimize your VPS
    Anyone ready to tackle the whole thing ASAP?

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