I put all of my side projects on GitHub. If someone wants to copy them, adapt them, learn from them, that's great. Don't worry if the code is terrible as long as it works (unless you're working with other people then maybe try a bit harder).
I buy all of my domains through Hover. I've never had an issue with them and they don't try to upsell you on things you don't need.
Generally I use one of two stacks:
- Laravel with React front-end for larger projects like Almanac
- A static site generator for smaller projects like blogs or the Monzo Pot Image Generator
Either of these will usually be deployed with Laravel Forge onto a Digital Ocean server.
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