Back from vacation!

Hey there all, I managed to get back from vacation in one piece. As I told you in this post we went from Costa Rica, to Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatamala and then Mexico. I was very excited to go to that part of the world because it’s one of the last contents we still have to visit (we now only have Australia on our list). It was more beautiful then I…

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Roundcube webmail – Auto reply plugin

Roundcube was definitely the webmail program the fitted our needs most. We quickly installed it next to our Squirellmail installation. The installation was super-easy and super-fast. Then installed the ManageSieve and SpamAssassin plugins and I thought we were good to go.

The end of (A)DSL

In the past year lot’s of ISPs started to offer 20 Mbps internet for € 20. This was the fastest internet subscription that was available at that time for a fraction of the price cable providers charged for the same speed. Cable internet providers like UPC and Ziggo started to lose a big share of their customers to ADSL providers, but now with the implementation of EuroDOCSIS 3 the cable providers (consumer) strike back.

Dutch PHP Conference 2009

Yesterday I visited the Dutch PHP Conference 2009 at the Amsterdam RAI. I only went to the tutorial day as the tickets are quite expensive (300 euro). I went with a collegue from work to the Zend Framework workshop.

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Birthday coming up – New watch

It’s my birthday in a few days (June 15th) and my girlfriend asked me what I would liked for a present. I told her I would really love a new watch since the one I got now is starting to fall apart. (Leather bracelets suck…(and smell bad)). I already had my eye out for the new Seiko kinetic watch (SNL047P1) so we went to look for it at several jeweler…

Portfolio update

I’m updating my portfolio pages with some of the work I did in the past. These posts are just to give you an idea of what I did over the past years. Since these posts do not really reflect my current work I will backdate them with the corresponding project release date. Some of the posts that aren’t backdated are posts that I wanted to share with you anyway as…