Month: September 2011

SSH Web Hosting as Socks5 Proxy for VPN Tunnels via PuTTY

Few know that those who have web hosting are at the same time endowed with a free VPN (Virtual Private Network, a very safe connection to transfer important data). With a few simple steps by the help of PuTTY, the tiny legendary SSH program, anyone with a web hosting account can have a private VPN …

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Magento Go Review – Sucking Support & $99 Ripoff for SSL Setup

I officially signed up with Magento Go‘s Going Places plan for $25 / month and paid $99 for my SSL to be installed. It’s been 3 days and I wish I had better things to say about them. And this is my review. Uptime: 4.7 / 5 It’s too early to tell because I’m only …

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4 Tips for Zend Studio 8 (Eclipse)

I coded a lot in Zend Studio 5.5.1, the gold old version that’s insanely popular because it made it so easy to code in PHP. As PHP evolves, ZS 5.5.1 gradually falls behind of the edge and it simply becomes imperative that you switch to the latest version of Zend Studio, the 8. The IDE …

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Review: Why I love WiredTree hosting

This is the second time I wrote a review of WiredTree and also the second time to have signed up a VPS account with them. The last time it was a 512MB VPS (VPS512) that has now been upgraded to VPS1000, doubling everything, RAM, disk storage and monthly bandwidth (tripled!), yet the price tag stays …

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