You, exactly, you out there, that keep building password-strength checkers that suggests one should user punctuation, numbers, lower case, upper case, camel case, etc. etc. You: go back to school and do your math.
I don’t assume anyone to be constantly looking at my CV to see how it changes, so I thought I’d share this. I honestly don’t know what you are going to make of it and whether or not you are going to like the idea, but as you can see in the picture above, the […]
Whatever this algorithm they use is, it surely must be based on the contributions they can track based on your drupal.org profile. Although it kind of makes sense, it’s only fair to say it’s not 100% just. I mean, I’ve been working with Drupal quite a long time know, since the good old Drupal 4.5. […]
Today I am working on these three modules that I have been keeping on hold for quite some time. Hopefully I’ll get at least SSL Proxy and Qualtrics deployed on Drupal.org today. As per the Paywall, it’s been sitting there for ages: unfortunately it requires quite some time to be purged of some stuff that […]
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A few months ago Blip.tv decided, out of the blue, to delete my account on their site. The motivation provided was, I quote, «I’m sorry, but we’ve had to remove your account from blip.tv because we determined that you were posting videos that didn’t belong to you. Sometimes when we find this we just remove […]
Time for updates on my Software page. First, it changed name in a more generic Projects. Most important, I am moving away from using this website for hosting packages and projects’ pages. The only project still fully hosted here is Support Vector Clustering, everything else has moved away: Drupal projects on drupal.org, WordPress contribs on […]
Two days ago I decided to support the Associazione Drupal Italia (Drupal Italia Association), subscribing and becoming a supporter member. This is to support the guys back in my country who really are dedicated to this platform. Hopefully this association is going to make the Italian Drupal community stronger and larger, and I also hope […]
So, the end of an era has come. I moved to the UK the 2nd of November 2008, and the day after I was working for Ibuildings, as Software Engineer. In no time I was recognised as Senior, then promoted to Technical Lead, and also CMS Practice Manager, for my particular attitude and knowledge of
Very quick post to inform the 3 readers of my blog that I’ve contributed the Italian translation to Traction, a very nice WordPress theme, available in two flavours: basic (free, which I now use on my Italian blog) and pro (to be paid). Since the author maintains the translation via GitHub, I just forked a […]