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Recommended Links #8

I know it’s been a while since my last recommendations, but here’s a new batch: Learn Redis the hard way (in production); The arrival of AI; VPN’s are a solution to a privacy concern; PHP 7.2 deprecations; Stop using device breakpoints!; 12 useful hacks for Javascript; Malware infection rate is soaring on smartphones; Preload, prefetch

Recommended Links #7

I know it’s nearly weekend, but here’s another batch of my recommended reads: An introduction to WordPress shortcodes for developers; VPN’s are not the solution to a policy problem; Marketing a NSFW website on the mainstream, the Pornhub solution; Adding Let’s Encrypt to a WordPress hosted on RaspberryPi; Personal information of jobseekers stolen during hack;

Recommended links #6

I know it’s Friday and the weekend is near, but here’s a list of cool recommendations: [How To]¬†Add custom fonts to WordPress; The full version of Magix Music Maker is now FREE! Password rules are bullshit; Grep is loosing it’s grip; 21% of the websites still use insecure SHA-1 certificates; Optimize your images for the

A new trend in SEO, I meant spam

Since Google’s ban hammer becomes more and more effective a lot of people have started to understand that spamming the crap out of your site even using a tiered structure isn’t enough for ranking as you need good links from decent sites. So some folks thought that it would be a good idea to contact

Recommended links #5

I know it’s Sunday and that’s why I’m giving you this list now, so that you have what to read tomorrow morning when you drink your coffee: 15 great cronjob examples; The UNIX haters’ handbook; Why Wi-Fi kinda’ sucks; 7 best Drupal 8 themes; Differences between PHP: Notices, Warnings, Exceptions & Errors; A Blockchain in