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Capatilizing and ironicizing.

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Sam Jacoby
Sam Jacoby committed Jan 29, 2013
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## To those who have much, yet more.
-Over the past few days, I've been playing around with [Amazon Web Services (AWS)](http://aws.amazon.com). Now, I've been a spectacularly satisfied customer of [A Small Orange](http://asmallorange.com) for years, but I've been lately frustrated by the limitations of shared hosting. As I play around with different application platforms (rails, django), and work on developing this site, its clear that I need a bit more than 250MB of space and a restricted shell.{{ macros.render_footnote("service", "1") }}
+Over the past few days, I've been playing around with [Amazon Web Services (AWS)](http://aws.amazon.com). Now, I've been a spectacularly satisfied customer of [A Small Orange](http://asmallorange.com) for years, but I've been lately frustrated by the limitations of shared hosting. As I play around with different application platforms (Rails, Django, NodeJS), as part of my continuing professional-development-program, its clear that I need a bit more than 250MB of space and a restricted shell.{{ macros.render_footnote("service", "1") }}
So, over this weekend, I migrated my sites over to play around with the twelve-months free access provided for AWS micro-instances, that is, tiny cheap servers. It's been reasonably enlightening. I've built up a couple of `Arch Linux` images, my preferred distribution, and played with getting environments spinning up for some [applications]( {{ content_url("/projects/monotype-app.html")}} ) that haven't seen the light of day in some time.

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