Working on older projects (as i tend to do), I often get various requirements for security enhancements. A few days ago, somebody apparently ordered a security test of a site I was working on, so yesterday i got the report:3 HIGH security errors, one being that we had no CSRF tokens on the forms. gah… […]
At work we have just recently started moving our data to Azure Cloud. We still have the old on-premise setup running, with databases and web servers.
To make the move to Azure Cloud, I have used a lot of time prepping the terraform scripts to handle our servers, but I have only recently been able to make a copy of the current database (with a whopping 1.7TB of data) and copy it to the cloud.
It took a few days to insert the data into Azure MySQL, so after getting a replication error today, I was not ready to drop the replica database, to insert a fresh dump.
One does not simply “gem install thin -v 1.5.1” on new Macs, when the project depends on ruby 2.5.7..
Every now and then, I need to integrate with an Amazon web service (aws). I like the whole IAM user way of doing this, so that is usually my preferred choice. However, every time i need to setup a connection in a project (using mostly Laravel these days), I forget how I did it last […]
This year at hacktoberfest 2020 my small project php-time-ago got a bit of attention. This was very nice and i hope that people had a fun time.
The composer module php-time-ago is now in version 0.4.10 and has included translations for the following languages…