I have been off from the blog lately due to a big load of personal projects. Just lately I got a few days off and found time to work on my personal website, to be ready soon. That made me get more into Nginx configuration, where I consider myself a total rookie. However, I was mainly adding a few domains that are intended for different purposes. That is incredibly easy to do using Nginx even with minimal knowledge, and that's what I want to show here.
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A few weeks ago I opened an account on Digital Ocean to start my own cloud server. Not long after that I took a workshop on Shiny and, although it was too technical with nothing new for me, I learn a couple of things unrelated to R. The speaker was talking about the importance of making your portfolio showing your apps instead of sharing the link to your code as most of us do.
Acerca de este post. Este es mi primer post en español. Es en realidad la traducción de un post que escribí originalmente en inglés hace un par de meses. Pueden ver el post original aqui. Espero que sea útil para la comunidad hispanohablante de usuarios de R. Este post se basa en un trabajo reciente donde mi tarea fue la revisión y depuración de piezas de código pequeñas o simples que pueden resultar en consejos prácticos y rápidos para otros usuarios de R, especialmente principiantes o personas sin mucha experiencia en el uso de R.
Welcome to R minitutorials of R White Dwarf Since the beginning of this year I’ve been forced to abandon completely the blog for countless and rather abstract personal reasons that include personal health, family matters and changes in my daily activities including volunteer work as well as main job. As part of the last, I finally got hired for a position as R developer, which brings great joy to me.