Learn to Code: Simple Counter using AngularJS 2

I will be sharing to you all simple coding tutorials for those who wanted to learn how to code during the quarantine. Here is my first tutorial, A simple AngularJS web application called Simple Counter. I am using AngularJS CLI so it's easy to setup. You need to install Node.JS before starting the tutorial. You... Continue Reading →

8 reasons why you should attend the PHP Conference Asia 2016

Last year's PHP Conference Asia was terrific! There were 230 PHP developers & professionals from across Asia with 23 international and regional speaker. However, it has pros and cons but it mostly what I expected  - Fun, very geeky, highlights about PHP 7, food was great, able to learn new stuff from the speakers and met... Continue Reading →

WordPress Brute Force

WordPress is the most famous CMS and no doubt with that, it deserves it a lot! But there are some hackers out there want to get into your website One of the famous attacks is the 'brute force' login attack where it can gain access to the website by guessing the username and password, over... Continue Reading →

I attended the PHP Conf Asia 2015

Last September 22-23, 2015 I participated the first ever Asia PHP Conference held at NUS Singapore organized by Michael Cheng, the founder of PHP User Group Singapore. And one of the keynote speaker was none other than our Father Rasmus Lerdorf! So as expected he will be introducing to the PHP 7 which is really... Continue Reading →

Genymotion, the android emulator

It's because web development drastically changes nowadays, People in Web Development industry had also increases it's functionality we have Project Manager, Dev Ops, Backend Developer, Full Stack Developer, UI Developer and UI Designer  and the User Testing  responsibilities increases as well. Websites nowadays should be responsive, I mean not all websites should have a mobile... Continue Reading →

Running Android Studio on your MAC

I just enrolled in this Android course in Coursera. The udemy courses I bought just sucks so maybe I will continue it later, but first I will be focusing on this course - Coursera it's like a virtual classroom it has quizzes, projects, deadline and grading system. First, install the following: Mac® OS X® 10.8.5... Continue Reading →

“Pong Game” made in Python

At last I  was able to finished this "Pong Game" - one of the hardest mini-projects of my Python Programming  course. For other mini projects I built please check my github account, though I haven't  added my last 2 projects. We are now on our Week 5 of the course and it's getting really really... Continue Reading →

Learning Python

As one of my New Year's Resolution is to learn a new programming language, either Ruby on Rails or Python and just this September I end up with Python. How? Why? Based on researches and what I wanted to do more.  Maybe you're wondering why I didn't pursue more on my Objective C basically in... Continue Reading →

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