My Articles
Javascript tips
Cross browser confirmation dialog box
October 29, 2011

When you need a confirmation dialog box, most of you use window.confirm(‘something’). This is not really cross-browser, since Chrome displays a simple alert. To avoid this use confirm(‘something’), and magically everything will start working as expected.

Are you a bad programmer?
October 29, 2011

I found a nice interesting article that tries to give a programmer some methods to improve his way of working, by means of a series of funny small tests about what a programmer does in some situations. The article is well written and, if your ego is not hurt by it, you can find a […]

Is deploying overnight necessary?
October 23, 2011

“Deployment.  Production Push.  Go Live.  Rollout.  Whatever you call the process of turning your development codebase into a live, production application, I sincerely hope you’re not living in the Stone Age and doing it in the middle of the night under the guise of avoiding customer impact.” These are some of the things discussed in […]

Let your children play with Tux Paint
October 19, 2011

Tux Paint is a nice drawing software designed especially for children between 3 and 12 years old. It has a simple and nice interface, many drawing tools and a funny penguin called Tux which gives the young artist tips, hints and informations. Intersting tools are rubber stamps and magic tools; with them it’s possible to […]


If you don’t have any ssh access to your webserver and you want to access it remotely without using an ftp client, you could take into account using TinyShell. It’s really easy to install: Download it from here Unzip the content, create a folder called tinyshell on your webserver and upload all the files there […]

Twitter tips
Add Twitter @anywhere to your blog
October 16, 2011

I just added some Twitter features to my blog following this great guide: Thanks guys at @wpbeginner you did a great guide! Enjoy!

Linux tips

If you tried Ubuntu on a live Cd everything works out of the box. Some problems could arise after installing the operating systems and sometimes network manager is not able to manage the wifi connections. This happens because Network Manager doesn’t manage network interfaces by default, but expects for some other application to do it […]

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