Mayo Siyete

May 9, 2013 Leave a comment

Sa katahimikan ikaw ay aking natagpuan
Kadilimang aking akala’y wala nang hangganan
Tila ba’y mula langit mukha mo’y nasilayan
Isang misteryong nababalot ng purong kaliwanagan

January 24, 2013 Leave a comment

Ronx:

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The Mozilla Interviews at the Firefox 4 Manila Launch Event

May 15, 2011 Leave a comment

Firefox 4 had its Manila Launch last April 16, 2011 at the Asian Institute of Management in Makati City. Mozilla‘s Director of Asia Business Development Gen Kanai and Lead Privacy Engineer Sid Stramm were speakers in the Manila launch event.

I was able to conduct a small and quick interview on what they have to say on certain issues about Firefox 4, as well as the succeeding versions 5, 6 and 7 coming this 2011. Read more…

On Web Development and the Need to Code according to Standards

April 10, 2011 Leave a comment

The past few weeks have shown us the release of the latest versions of the leading browsers Internet Explorer 9, Google Chrome 10 and Mozilla Firefox 4. In a big way, IE has made another effort to bring its browser at par with its peers Chrome and Firefox. Users are in a win-win situation — but what about businesses that are tied to older versions of its browser? Read more…

Mozilla Firefox 4: The Fire Rages Once More

March 22, 2011 Leave a comment

Mozilla Firefox logo

(Note: As of posting time, Air Mozilla is live with the Mozilla guys doing a live conference coinciding with Firefox 4′s launch! You can watch them here!)

Mozilla is in top-fighting form once again with the newest version of their Firefox browser, slated for release today, March 22nd. Read more…

Stream and Serve with Java Servlets

March 2, 2011 2 comments

I had a problem with having to show images in one of our projects one time. I was supposed to get an image from some server’s filesystem, copy it to my web server and show it online. Problem is, I had to copy each image to my own web server before I can do so. It was a dilemma because as time goes by, there is a tendency for my web server’s hard disk storage to get full. Thankfully, Alain, one of my teammates, brought up the idea of making use of Java servlets. Read more…

2FA, Text, and Tokens

February 27, 2011 Leave a comment

Gmail just got a huge boost in terms of security that puts it at par with banks that do secure online banking — via two-factor authentication (2FA). Read more…

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