Phalcon PHP – i’m lovin it

Since i gave up working with Symfony 1.4, i was searching for a new framework. Because i couldn’t find one that i like, i ended up in developing a small framework by myself. Searching for some solutions related to ORM and ODM, i read some posts related to Phalcon. Honestly, in a few minutes, i read more »

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Nginx – upstream sent too big header while reading response header – solution

If you get this kind of error in your nginx logs: ERROR: *1754 upstream sent too big header while reading response header from upstream, client: X.X.X.X, server: XXXX One solution that worked for me, was to set the fastcgi_buffers and fastcgi_buffers_size in nginx configuration file: $ vim /etc/nginx/nginx.conf Add the following params to your nginx read more »

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Installing Redis + Php Redis Extension + igbinary in Ubuntu 12.04

This is a quick example of how to install Redis server, Redis PHP extension + Igbinary in Ubuntu 12.04. All steps requires sudo access. 1. Install Redis server Because the official Ubuntu PPA is not updated with the latest version of Redis, we need to add another repository: $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:chris-lea/redis-server $ sudo apt-get read more »

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Port forwarding with iptables

If you ever want to try port forwarding with iptables, here is a quick example of forwarding a public port (45000) – public network to a private port (22) – ssh – private network: $ iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp –dport 45000 -j DNAT –to-destination 192.168.1.200:22 $ iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -j read more »

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Avoid ssh connection timeout

One way to avoid ssh connection timeout, is to use your ssh config file: $ vim ~/.ssh/config Add the following lines: Host myhost HostName myhost.tld ServerAliveInterval 60 Port 22 User myusername Or, if you want to set the keep alive for all hosts: Host * ServerAliveInterval 60 Tip: now you can connect like this: $ read more »

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Want Your Company to Grow? Fire Your Managers!

Too many employees work for their boss rather than their company or their clients. Businesses these days are filled with multiple layers of management, and employees often find themselves playing politics and focusing on tasks to make their boss happy. At the end of the day, the company quickly forgets what their goals are and read more »

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m.bitpress.ro

Latest developed project: http://m.bitpress.ro/ – mobile version of www.bitpress.ro. Developed from scratch, with my own mini php framework. It uses jQuery Mobile framework, Redis and Local Storage. This is a beta release so let’s hope that we will do more. Next target: Android App.

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How to root Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570I running Gingerbread 2.3.6

I spent a few days searching for a quick solution on this. I will explain the only one that was good for me. 1. Download the file from here http://www.multiupload.nl/SG4LW6OZWZ (this is the only one that worked for me) 2. Copy the file on your SD card 3. Turn off your phone and restart in read more »

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paratodo.es

Latest developed project: www.paratodo.es. Developed from scratch ( as usual ), except design. I wish them good luck !

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Hilarious Programming Jargon

Today i found a funny article on www.businessinsider.com about the programming jargon: Heisenbug: A play on “Heisenberg,” a principle in quantum mechanics, a Heisenbug is a bug that disappears or alters its characteristics when an attempt is made to study it. Hydra: A bug that, when an attempt to fix is made, introduces two new read more »

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