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bio website matt.coneybeare.me
location New York, NY
age 33
visits member for 4 years, 3 months
seen Dec 15 '14 at 21:09

http://matt.coneybeare.me
@coneybeare

I have had a ton iOS apps under my name and my business name. I have multiple client apps, and one from an established startup. Many of my apps have been featured by Apple. I developed two iOS apps that made it into the top 100. One of the apps held the number two spot for three weeks. Another floats in/out of the paid News top 10. My apps have over 10 million downloads.

I do a ton of web work too using rails for all my sites. I do much of my own design for all the sites I have created.


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awarded  Nice Question
Nov
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answered .htaccess entry to return simple text based on the URI
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revised .htaccess entry to return simple text based on the URI
deleted 7 characters in body
Nov
29
asked .htaccess entry to return simple text based on the URI
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24
awarded  Yearling
Nov
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accepted Can I make Apache ErrorDocument return 404 instead of 301?
Nov
24
comment Can I make Apache ErrorDocument return 404 instead of 301?
True, 410 is correct for that case, but it was just an example.
Nov
24
asked Can I make Apache ErrorDocument return 404 instead of 301?
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18
awarded  Teacher
Aug
18
accepted Monit cannot connect to Solr/Jetty instance
Aug
18
answered Monit cannot connect to Solr/Jetty instance
Aug
17
comment Monit cannot connect to Solr/Jetty instance
Here is the jetty config, and here is the jetty init.d script
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asked Monit cannot connect to Solr/Jetty instance
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Commentator
Oct
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accepted How can I use fail2ban to block scrapers?
Jun
13
comment How can I use fail2ban to block scrapers?
It seems like mod_security is great for catching random scraping attacks, but these media scrapers are all hitting valid urls that cannot be blocked. Am I missing something?
Jun
13
asked How can I use fail2ban to block scrapers?
Feb
18
comment How can I get Haproxy to not log local requests?
Straight from the horses mouth!