Monthly Archives: March 2016

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CARBON ISN’T JUST FOR LARAVEL – PHP DATE THE RIGHT WAY

The amount of times I see people having problems with PHP and DATETIME, you wouldn’t believe it. I am constantly tending to questions on Stackoverflow about issues with DateTime() or Strtotime() and usually my answer is CARBON. Carbon is nice, it ships with Laravel so I’ve become accustom to using it, but I also use […]

03-03-2016
TOP 3 OPEN SOURCE CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

We’re now at a point where by most clients would like to manage their own content on their own website. Luckily we’re spoilt for choice with a wide range of open source (free!) content management systems available for us. But which is the best fit for your website? Read on to find out more.   […]

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DROWN ATTACK — MORE THAN 11 MILLION OPENSSL HTTPS WEBSITES AT RISK

A new security vulnerability has been found in OpenSSL that affects more than 11 million websites and e-mail services.   Known as DROWN, this critical security hole in OpenSSL was disclosed today as a low-cost attack that could decrypt your secure HTTPS communications.   How do I know if I’m protected? You can find out […]