While Altium Designer is a relatively easy program to start working with, there are so many tricks, shortcuts and extra options to be discovered (which keeps me excited to always learn more!). I decided to create some kind of cheat-sheet for personal reference and I believe that it can also be helpful for other users out there.
For a while I have been running a few websites using Virtualmin under CentOS. It’s a great free Web Hosting Control Panel application that helps you to manage your server without having to do it manually. It contains Apache, MySQL, proFTPD and much much more.
As I am a backup freak I have been backing up my server to Amazon S3 for a while. Amazon backups costs around $0.03 per GB, not that bad, but a few months ago I switched to Google Cloud Storage which has a technology called Nearline costing only $0.01 per GB (yes, 1/3 of the price!). The only disadvantage comparing to S3 is that the files retrieval takes a few seconds instead of milliseconds, as I am not serving this file on websites, and I really don’t mind waiting a couple secs to have the download link ready.