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Eclipse & SVN not connecting behind a proxy

So ever had this issue? I’ll explain: Say you are using Eclipse and you are trying to connect to a SVN Repository behind a proxy and for some really strange reason, it just won’t connect. You have changed the proxy… Continue Reading →

IIS7 + MVC5 403 = Forbidden ?

If you’re banging your head against the wall because your MVC5 application does not run on IIS 7, I have the solution for you. First, let’s quickly go through some basic stuff that you probably read 10x times already, but… Continue Reading →

Gmail: New Inbox

Got home and saw this post “A new inbox that puts you back in” at the Gmail Blog. “You can easily customize the new inbox – select the tabs you want from all five to none, drag-and-drop to move messages… Continue Reading →

Gnometer, NowPlaying.dll and Windows Media Player

Gnometer, a skin for Rainmeter, has been out for around 3 years now and it has a few outdated settings. So far, I have noticed that the Windows Media Player settings for the Media Player gnometer does not work at… Continue Reading →

Photography and Video Class – The End.

About 2 months ago, I wrote about a photography and video class. It was my intention to write about them weekly and turn those posts into some sort of a summary that would form a mini dossier for this class…. Continue Reading →

Operation is not valid due to the current state of the object.

After deploying one of my applications a user reported this error. This is the type of error I personally hate because the Exception Message is not clear to what object is it referring to. Anyways, nothing that a quick search… Continue Reading →

Photography and Video Class – Lesson #1

So today I had my very first class. We went through the very basics of taking a picture. The process of taking a picture is always split in three moments. Visualize, understand and learning the environment, that will be the… Continue Reading →

Rant of the month

Because the “a picture is worth a thousand words” cliché sometimes just doesn’t cut it and the dictionary itself is rather incomplete to come up with a faithful description of whatever travels through the axons of the human brain, I… Continue Reading →

Nginx not reading real client IP address?

Recently, while building a logging class to be used on all my php REST/JSON and SOAP webservices, I came across an issue when reading the REMOTE_ADDR server variable. When using Nginx, the $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] variable comes, by default, with the IP… Continue Reading →

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