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MERGE KEEP!

Make life a coding experience!

Now I use PHP and JS for my daytime job. I wish I had enought time to keep myself up to date and up to speed with at least JAVA.

I took part in realizing all the back end application to handle the orderds, contracts and invoices for a site that sells posta certificata per aziende.

  • Languages I love most are C++ and JAVA.
  • Languages I hate most are VB6 and VB.NET
  • Wishes: one day to see PHP becoming more OO and with also operator overloading (it's a dream).

I started coding in BASIC since I was a 10 years old kid with a Commodore 64 and Apple IIe. During University they tought me C and C++ and JAVA and I really understood how much I love to code even a simple strlen function on my own. :)


Mar
18
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
27
comment Why is DNS failover not recommended?
Don't the nameservers take too much to propagate? If you change a DNS record with low TTL it will work instantly, but when you change nameserver it will take 24 horus or more to propagate, hence I don't see how this could be a failover solution.
Jan
27
comment Why is DNS failover not recommended?
If it was so "unlikely" people woule not come here asking for failover systems.
Dec
6
accepted DNS setup for website on geo redundant servers
Oct
5
awarded  Excavator
Oct
5
revised Fast way of copying IMAP to IMAP on CentOS
Fixed the url, the one that was there was pointing to the one i just wrote
Oct
5
suggested suggested edit on Fast way of copying IMAP to IMAP on CentOS
Sep
27
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
18
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
1
comment Many domains/sites hosted on same server, CNAME alternatives to avoid writing same IP in DNS?
I would use webhoster nameserver and cPanel to set up my DNS, but in my experience even good webhoster servers might go down once in a while for 48 hours. I noticed that reliable registrar DNS systems are almost always up so I trust them more. What server would you suggest for DNS?
Mar
1
comment Many domains/sites hosted on same server, CNAME alternatives to avoid writing same IP in DNS?
-1 using * is evil, any subdomain like suckthis.test.com would resolve to my site.
Feb
23
comment Many domains/sites hosted on same server, CNAME alternatives to avoid writing same IP in DNS?
But is'n this the same of pointing all my domains to my cPanel webhoster's nameservers?! Then I would obviously not need to setup each DNS anymore. But I use third party DNS/nameservers, I don't want to use the webhoster's ones. Sorry maybe it was not clear in my question, I made it more clear now in bold.
Feb
23
revised Many domains/sites hosted on same server, CNAME alternatives to avoid writing same IP in DNS?
added 33 characters in body
Feb
22
comment Do CNAME records result in a second DNS lookup?
@Mike: so what's the conclusion? Does the CNAME records result in a second DNS lookup or not? If not, why many suggests to increase CNAME record TTL?
Feb
22
comment CNAME domain to another domain, but keep different SPF records for the two?
@mgorven: I think I almost got the point. What altrenatives do we have then to avoid rewriting same server IP hundereds of times in the DNS of each domain? See serverfault.com/questions/481500/…
Feb
22
revised Many domains/sites hosted on same server, CNAME alternatives to avoid writing same IP in DNS?
edited title
Feb
22
accepted CNAME domain to another domain, but keep different SPF records for the two?
Feb
22
comment Should CNAME Be Used For Subdomains?
@Jesper Mortensen: thanks now I undertsood what you meant. FYI I just opened a new question asking about alternative ways alternatives to avoid writing same IP in DNS for mutiple domains: serverfault.com/questions/481500/…
Feb
22
asked Many domains/sites hosted on same server, CNAME alternatives to avoid writing same IP in DNS?
Feb
21
comment CNAME domain to another domain, but keep different SPF records for the two?
@Chris S: I'm using cPanel/WHM, and both domains have been added to the server. They work perfectly. When someone enters mydomain.net/www.mydomain.net it goes to mydomain.com/www.mydomain.com. I thought to use CNAME in mydomain.net DNS because I wanted to avoid writing again the IP for each A record. But obviously there is something that I'm missing. about the CNAME, could you explain? Thanks