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 →

A quick guide to making your website GDPR compliant

Unless you have been living under a rock the last few months, you will no doubt have heard about GDPR. If you haven’t, it stands for General Data Protection Regulation and is a new piece of EU legislation that recently came into effect. The aim of it is to give EU citizens more control of... Continue Reading →

Artificial Intelligence – Are you Ready? Event

Had a great time yesterday attending the “Artificial Intelligence - Are you Ready?” event at Singapore Management University with Andy Smith. Some really interesting talks, especially the one from Srikiran Raghavan at Facebook who spoke about how AI is helping to drive more intelligent marketing solutions for their partners. There was also a great panel... Continue Reading →

IWD2017 PHPWomenAsia: Female PHP Developers

So today is the International Women's Day, and it is celebrated around the world, and there will be a lot of events celebrating women's achievements. As for me, I will be attending a BritCham event that our committee organised at the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore - Women In Business which will be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.... 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 →

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