Whilst undertaking a cookie audit of our website, a requirement of the new EU Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive, I was reminded of one of my kids favourite stories. Half way through We’re going on a bear hunt the family “stumble, trip, stumble, trip, stumble, trip” through a dark, deep forrest. Now that’s exactly how I felt whilst trying to log and identify each of the cookies on our website. I trialled a number of tools and processes so I thought it would be useful to share the the approach I ended up settling on.
You have installed and configured your Symfony2 project, added the Entity classes, prepared everything for persisting them into a database and, bam, you end up with the following error message after executing “
php app/console doctrine:database:create” the command prompt:
On Saturday 15th of October direct messages were sent out from unsuspecting accounts due to a Twitter hacking virus. We took these steps to protect our accounts.
Back in January some interesting data on the the technical purchasing decisions of YCombinator startups was released. The data shared was a showcase for a simple but incredibly useful tool called domain profiler.
Developed by Joël Franusic this tool helps you find the following information on domain(s):
You may have noticed that Skype has been suffering a number of technical difficulties over the last few hours. These issues have affected their website as well as their desktop applications on both Macs and PC’s.
Follow the specific instructions for your operating system detailed below to try and solve these issues: