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Mobile friendly web site conversion for existing clients Sun, Apr 19, 2015 The core software used to power all my real estate and other web sites was upgraded to work with smaller mobile phone and tablet screen sizes recently. Because our client web sites all have a unique design for the theme of the web site, it takes som... Read More

SSL Certificate and Nginx management features now built-in to Jetendo CMS Sun, Aug 24, 2014 Implementing SSL is one of the best ways to protect financial data, password and other information in transit over the Internet. It's becoming even more important now as privacy concerns have increased due to government and malicious users spying on... Read More

My dog survived eating a box of Oreos
My dog survived eating a box of Oreos Mon, Jun 16, 2014 OK, I guess putting my junk food on the bathroom counter is not a good idea anymore with my Sheltie.   On Saturday afternoon, he ripped apart a box of chocolate covered Oreos and ate about 20 of them while I was gone.  That's a lot of choco... Read More

Custom session replication now built into Jetendo CMS Sun, Jun 15, 2014 There are a bunch of ways to replicate session data especially with Railo since it supports clustering multiple servers without licensing limitations, but I wanted fastest, most reliable and most secure approach, which requires a custom effort. I re... Read More

Invisionapp.com was built on ColdFusion Sun, Jun 15, 2014 I'm sure most developers have run into invisionapp.com by now, but for those who haven't, it is a great tool for reviewing and collaborating on design ideas with your web design clients. Today, I just discovered that Ben Nadel, a big ColdFusion voic... Read More

Jetendo Server updated to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Sun, May 04, 2014 Today, I updated the installation documentation and virtual machine to run the latest version of Ubuntu, 14.04 LTS, which was just release last month.  This new release of Ubuntu will be officially supported by Canonical until April 2019, which ... Read More

DMARC Policy change at big ISPs wreaking havoc on existing email systems Thu, May 01, 2014 Yahoo, AOL, Microsoft, Google, and perhaps others have recently decided to start blocking email sent from their domain that was sent from a different mail server. Many website email systems send mail on behalf of the user to notify their custom... Read More

How to lock down LAMP + Railo on Ubuntu Linux Tue, Apr 08, 2014 My Jetendo Server project covers security for the entire operating system plus specifics for the main web applications (Linux, Apache, Nginx, PHP, MariaDB and Railo) using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS minimal as the base install.   Sta... Read More

Heartbleed Bug In OpenSSL compromised Internet security for nearly everyone? Tue, Apr 08, 2014 It is fairly rare that a security flaw affects the majority of the Internet, yet that is what we're faced with in the case of the Heartbleed OpenSSL Bug. Read more about it here: http://heartbleed.com/ The problem is so serious that I rushed t... Read More

High availability clustering is complicated for no good reason Sat, Mar 15, 2014 My research of replication and syncing different systems has constantly resulted in find other developers' articles that rant on endlessly about how many "gotchas" exist and how many workarounds there are.  There is so much manual labor involved... Read More

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