SSH — Secure Shell — is a common method of securely logging into a remote server. First released in the mid 1990’s, it’s estimated that more than 2 million people now use SSH. Over the years, SSH has proven itself to be pretty secure, but by changing some of the default settings and behaviors it … Continued
Happy Friday the 13th! Here are some fun facts for you: any month that begins on a Sunday will have a Friday the 13th. Furthermore, Friday the 13th is no different, statistically speaking, than say Tuesday the 17th. That is, they both occur (or don’t occur) the same number of times. Speaking of dates and … Continued
We ditched our cable TV provider in favor of streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu over five years ago. As a household, we were definitely on the forefront of the so called “cord cutters” movement. Being a family of four that includes two young children, we struggled at first to adapt to the … Continued
One of the questions that I often see asked around the web is “what do you do with an employee’s email and email address once they leave the company?” This quick article will outline the process that I’ve been using for a while now, and that has always served me and my clients (and their … Continued
After more than three years since its original release, I’ve finally found the time to properly update my old PHP Session-Based Flash Messages class. This updated version brings PSR-4 autoload compliance, Bootstrap compatibility, namespaces, sticky messages, and more!