Archive for October, 2005

After few weeks, into launch of a global application, I received word that a couple of employees have been unable to gain access to their internal networks in Europe, and are outside the realm of the global corporate intranet. A system is also in place to allow members to gain access to the corporate intranet, […]

Whilst developing with Apache, and IIS over a number of years, I have always found it frustrating to have to type and use a seperate port for the different web servers as you cannot bind to an IP Address with a single port, such as port 80. If you have tried to add multiple IPs, […]

When adding an application mapping for aspnet_isapi.dll, I noticed when invoking an webservice IIS would throw a 404. This is due to a flag being set to 5, which is the default. Either by editing the MetaBases XML in IIS6 or modifying the MetaBase in IIS5 with MetaEdit. You can alleviate this by setting the […]

A colleague recently asked me, how he could Change the Drive Letter of a Mounted Device, when he removed a Device. I’m not sure of a reason to do this, however for future reference, i’ll leave a note here… HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices\DosDevices\C: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices\DosDevices\D: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices\DosDevices\E: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices\DosDevices\F: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices\DosDevices\G: Simply rename the Value Name of each Key in the registry […]

Lately, I have been having a few problems with a very strange quirk, and have not been able to find the source of the problem as of yet. Currently I am authenticating over Netilla and also through Swivel implementation . All of this works correctly, however when NT Auth is enabled IE either hangs or […]

PHP-5.1.0RC3 Released


17 Oct 2005

PHP-5.1.0RC3 just released 20 minutes ago:) 6f48ee0b43f54dff8f9e683d337885c1 7091baf5ebb8b93d715ac5e9dd4b7ce3 “I anticipate a final RC candidate to be released no later then October 31st, 2005. This will then be followed by 5.1.0 stable within 1-2 weeks.”, Ilia Alshanetsky

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I have been a developer for roughly 10 years and have worked with an extensive range of technologies. Whilst working for relatively small companies, I have worked with all aspects of the development life cycle, which has given me a broad and in-depth experience.