A Group Effort

Here is my latest editorial for the June 2013 issue of php[architect] magazine:

php[architect] - June 2013

A Group Effort

In a typical day, pretty much everyone on the internet encounters PHP (I’m sure there are a few exceptions), and whether we love them or hate them, some of the biggest websites and software packages are built on PHP. One of the reasons that PHP has had such a success is that it has had a good focused purpose, and it certainly doesn’t hurt that PHP is free and works well with many other common, useful tools. Continue reading “A Group Effort”

Cleaning Up a Hacked E-mail Account

Many people use free e-mail account; in fact, you might say almost all of us do. Free e-mail accounts are easy to get and handy to have, but there has been a more consistent pattern as of late where e-mail accounts are being hacked. This is becoming very common, and I have been asked so many times what to do when an account is hacked, that I decided to write down my suggestions for getting things cleaned up. Continue reading “Cleaning Up a Hacked E-mail Account”