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Webdev Archives

How to clean up your environment when using docker

Mar/10/2019 1 min read by Marco Monteiro

After a few projects we all know that you can have a real mess on your rig. Specially when it comes to saving space. So how to do that?

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The intern feeling

Jun/22/2014 2 min read by Marco Monteiro

Every now and again we come across someone that can easily give us the "Intern feeling". No, not the "Bring me my coffee" feeling. But more of someone that know so much about something that you just want to be around him or her to absorb everything.

This is probably one of the best things about working on the web development field. Nobody knows everything about the subject, but there's always someone that knows a bit more than you do, and if you're willing to learn and listen, you ca grow everyday.

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Form Submit == 403 Error?

May/08/2014 2 min read by Marco Monteiro

From time to time, I have to work on a really crappy server. They have the weirdest rules of all, they're obssed with security. I don't have a right to see logs, they randomly block my IP from time to time. I can't even call phpinfo(). Yeah, that bad!

Today I ran into a problem that made me go mad. I had a simple form with just a few fields. Locally the form was submiting via $_POST and everything was great.

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Getting started with vagrant

Jan/04/2014 4 min read by Marco Monteiro

Recently I wrote a post about my dev setup on mac. However someone has been recommending me for a while to start using Vagrant. But I never did. Specially because my dev setup was working fine.

A few days ago, I decided it was time to do a clean install on my mac, and start fresh. That means it's time for some experimenting.

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I would like to express complete and utter disappointment

Dec/06/2013 4 min read by Marco Monteiro

Today we were at the #codeigniter channel on IRC (Freenode). We were discussing who would win the shit job award of the day. I tried to win with a single file website with CSS, JS, HTML and mySQL in one file. I thought I would win. Well I didn't.

This was Thomas (aka slax0r) submission:

This is an email that he wrote to VPN supplier that one of his clients were using.

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