We should play Chess.com.
The basic Tic Tac Toe game created using DarkBASIC.
Apparently, you've been very busy.
Learn how to hacking and exploiting works so that you can better defend your websites, software, and hardware.
Haha, apparently VBAssassin is a farmer ;)
I need to create a complex content type in Drupal, but there's very little on the internet about how to go about doing this. What do I do?
Learn how to effectively protect your website, software, and hardware.
That's an extremely good idea.
Learn how to protect your website, software, and hardware.
Do you have trouble with CSS positioning? Allow this article to educate you on some of the most important positioning rules of CSS.
Bouncing Balls program taken from the DarkBASIC Pro Game Programming book. ISBN: 1598632876
This is an example of how to create your own jQuery Plugin. This plugin is a simple jQuery Lightbox.
Information about using multibyte characters to exploit a MySQL database.
Hahahaha, Dude, you rule!
At this point, you need to keep in mind that the "same-origin policy" comes into play. This is an important security measure that should be observed strictly. This means that you can't use GET or POST to send/receive information between HTTP and HTTPS.
What I noticed is that the Apache configuration was attempting to use Redirect/Rewrite rules to exchange information between HTTP and HTTPS. (In fact, in Firebug I could see the "same-origin policy" errors being thrown.
So, instead of using Redirect/Rewrite rules or using Aliases for the /html/css, /html/js, and /html/ajax_scripts folders ... it was easier to create symlinks for these folders in the /ssl folder itself.
It's quite a simple concept mate. If you're not requesting files from the same origin, it simply won't work. HTTP and HTTPS are different points of origin.
I created this simple Visual Basic program to assist my mom in teaching her students how to count change and select the correct number of each denomination. This is using the American monetary system.
The development is done using Windows machines. Production is on Linux. On the development machines, we have Linux virtual machines configured with the same stack as the actual live servers so that development can be done in an environment that closely resembles the live environment. Alternatively, we could use Linux machines to do the development, but not everyone is Linux savvy.
Imagine that you're building a website. You use subversion for version control. You're migrating from PHP 4 to PHP 5.3. You use two virtual machines to act as web hosts for development. One VM runs the same stack as the live web server. The other VM runs Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Apache 2.2, and PHP 5.3.10. The database server runs PostgreSQL. Subversion has two branches: main branch (php 4) and a php 5 branch. Your workstation runs Windows 7. You've run into the following situation.
It's too cold!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm taking two Cryptography courses back to back. This should prove fun.
The CSV used had two fields. The first field contained the name of the individual being e-mailed. The second field contained the e-mail address of stated individual.
Using the computer's timer as a seed for the Randomizer (not completely random, but random enough), this game enables users to play a guessing game. This particular version has gamers guessing between 1 and 1 million.
This is a class that I've been working on to define a simple HTML5 template.
Upgrading to Firefox 17.0.1 caused Firefox to crash. Now what?
My Drupal 7 administration account is locked. Now what?
A collection of my short stories. I recently started this blog (week of January 13th, 2013).
Pong recreated using DarkBASIC. This source code is taken from the DarkBASIC Pro Game Programming book. This demo shows how easy it is to create a function game in DarkBASIC.
I just wanted to update everyone. First, I want to say that I'm sorry for my periods of absence. I've been going through multiple transitions in my life. One of those transitions happens to be in a job closer to where I live. Instead of driving two hours in one direction, now my drive is only 50 to 55 minutes long. This has freed up a significant amount of time that I can now use to focus on my personal projects.
Secondarily, I've been working with the MEAN stack (Mongodb, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and NodeJS). I'm devoting most of my time learning this technology, because I will be responsible for migrating an entire PHP-based web application to the MEAN stack in a modular kind of way (features will be separate modules, instead of a bunch of spaghetti code puked out by random programmers). The code I'm writing will be really clean and very readable for all those who may follow me in the future (hopefully, I'll work here for the rest of my life. I'm tired of transitions).
Don't hold me to this ... but I am hoping to update my profile here this weekend with a bunch of new code! Also, I'm looking into writing an article about Angular on how to get started (something that is better than what's already available).
I've been playing a lot of Chess lately. Currently, I'm looking for one minute blitz games.