June 05, 2023 A demonstration of how to use Docker to fix a test which fails under Perl 5.37 published on
May 15, 2023 PrettyGoodPing now allows you to track server uptime via ping and URL uptime via HTTP HEAD requests published on
May 01, 2023 A summary of what MetaCPAN accomplished in Lyon while attending the Perl Toolchain Summit published on
April 23, 2023 I’m going to show you a couple of handy tricks that I use to help Git “Do What I mean”. published on
April 10, 2023 PrettyGoodPing now allows you to track domain name expiration dates in addition to TLS/SSL certification expiration. published on
April 01, 2023 PrettyGoodPing now allows you to log in via GitHub, Google and GitLab, giving you more authentication options when creating or using a PrettyGoodPing account to monitor your SSL/TLS certificates. published on
February 07, 2023 Just like domain name registrations, SSL certificates need to be renewed regularly. Let’s look at ways to monitor SSL expiry, from using a hosted service like https://prettygoodping to doing it ourselves in curl, Go and Perl. published on
July 21, 2022 In the year 2000, the world was a different place. Y2K was still fresh in our memories, many of us had just partied like it was 1999 and Mark Fowler had given up eating chocolate.