Now that everyone can enjoy and use free SSL certificates from Let’s Encrypt, let’s all encrypt! To forward HTTP requests to secure HTTPS, there are multiple options. If you’re using some kind of panel to edit Apache configuration (like ISPConfig) that does not allow to edit the virtual host for HTTP separate from the virtual… Continue reading Redirecting Apache HTTP to HTTPS
I’m starting to build my list of software that is the first to install on a new system: Multi-platform: Sublime text – currently the best text editor around (multi selection editing, yay!) Synergy – using one mouse/keyboard for multiple systems/screens (Windows notebook next to Linux desktop) Git (git package, msysGit, Posh-Git, Github for Windows) Windows: Cmder – finally a really… Continue reading Must-have software tools
While working on one of my current projects I came to realize the importance of good task management and issue tracking. Sadly the use of an expensive Team Foundation Server does not guarantee good task tracking when the tasks are only used to do the rough planning in MS Project. Much more important than the… Continue reading Howto: Task and issues tracking with Redmine and Eclipse Mylyn
Today I discovered a very useful plugin for MS SQL Server Management Studio that has a big feature list and can help out when you miss code completion or need to create stored procedures for CRUD operations. http://www.ssmstoolspack.com/ Enjoy!