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My Blog is all web development related articles. I talk mostly about LAMP MVC Development, but I have broken the info up in to categories so articles are easier to find.

Virtualbox is exteremly handy on a development server. As I don't manage Virtualbox through command line very often, I can never remember the command and therefore have created this cheatsheet.

I'm currently using Ubuntu for web development, this article explains how I configure Ubuntu for either desktop or virtual machine development. I also talk about Ubuntu Server on Virtual Private Servers (VPS) with the hope of matching development environments between desktop and server.

Have you forgotten your MySQL root password? I must admit I've been guilty of this a few times. Also helpful if you are working on a project where the previous developer or server admin has vanished. This article tells you how to reset your password.

In this article I explain how to load a module inside a component or load a module within a HTML override file.

I use Git on a daily basis; however, I don't use every command frequently so here is a quick list of git commands used infrequently. I guess this is meant to be a cheat sheet.

If your WordPress install is redirecting your url, this article explains how to stop it.

This article explains how and why I set up my new project directories, the way I do. I use a bash script to generate these directories, but you could manually set up the folders.

There are a number of situations where you may need to redirect the browser based on the user agent of the browser. An example would be to an IE6 page, or a smartphone modified subdomain.

Google Plus is the newest social media site, I'm addicted to it as it's just people on there right now, no businesses. So far my list is short, but I'll add to it.

Twitter used to be my personal favorite social media tool, but I don't seem to use it much anymore. It works using text messages for direct messages, and there is an abundace of applications to use with it. All the resources are free to use (no paid apps).

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