ZCE 5.3 - Zend Certification: My happy experience

Você pode ler este post em português também. I’m very happy with the result and with the congratulations received, thank you people. [caption id=“attachment_323” align=“alignright” width=“193” caption=“Aplausos!"][/caption] I wrote here my impression about the test, and what I did to get certified. THE TEST Calm down, take it easy, the test is not so hard! I think the only important point is that you must be a PHP programmer, using it in day to day, and somehow (at work and/or in your personal projects) being in contact with items as closures, namespaces and OOP in general; Do not leave questions empty!

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How to configure static routes in Fedora

Você pode ver este post em português também. Routes. The unique way I like to see them: Recently I had to do a fix inside the routing table of a server. I’ve found out a better and more elegant way than this usual: touch /etc/rc.d/rc.local echo "touch /var/lock/subsys/local" > /etc/rc.d/rc.local echo "route add default gw 10.10.0.1 eth0" > /etc/rc.d/rc.local echo "route add -net 10.1.0.0 netmask 255.255.0.0 gw 10.2.0.1 eth0" > /etc/rc.d/rc.local Inside Fedora GNU/Linux, static routes can be added in specific files for each one of its interfaces. These files are located at /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/. The filename must match the route-ifname format.

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Fedora installed IN the USB stick

Você pode ver este post em português também. “Long time no see, blog” ;-) ](http://blog.argl.eng.br/pt/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/daniel_faraday_long_time_no_see.png) For a while I tried to use the XFCE Spin from Fedora as an alternative to continue on GNU/Linux and keep the corporate laptop without changes in your default settings. Upset with the performance of the Live ISO, I decided to do the OS installation directly on the USB stick. The difference, at performance at all, is impressive. If like me, you do want to have a distro ready to allow you keep working even on a PC other than your own, forget the LIVE versions and install the OS directly on the USB stick.

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10 stupid tips for MySQL

Você pode ler este post em português também. Hello! The April’s post brings 10 stupid tips for day-by-day work with MySQL. Let’s see them: Use a .my.cnf file in your homedir with user/password data: \[client\] user=root password=my\_p@ss-w0rd End your commands with \G instead of ";": This will bring a “form” view instead the normal tabular view. This is necessary a lot of times; Materialized views: When the regular views (created with CREATE VIEW) doesn’t offer the expected performance, use triggers to feed tables that could work like the regular views. Being carefull, it helps a lot!

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Vacations!!

Você pode ler este post em português também. To all who follow this blog, February was a month that I devoted myself entirely to family and vacations, and that’s why I didn’t write posts at February. And you should know what happens to the amount of work when we went 25 days away in vacations :-) ASAP, another article about PHP will be writen. And I want to re-organize my site and blog at all, so… See you ;-)

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