Thursday, 08 November 2018 23:50

Penetration Testing Labs

Looking for Powerpoint slides and lectures that will put you to sleep? Keep moving, because this course is not for you.

This course consists of 100% hands-on technical labs, utilizing industry standard open source technology to hack a variety of intentionally vulnerable operating systems. All of the resources to build the labs are free. Detailed instructions on how to set up the labs are included within this course (VMware Player, Kali Linux, Kioptrix, etc.). To make the most out of this course, it is recommended that you actually perform the activities within the labs rather than just watch the videos.

Thursday, 08 November 2018 21:18

Laravel 5 CRUD

Very simple and basic introduction to Laravel 5 by creating a simple application. The application will allow you to add tasks to the database, read them on website, update to completed or not completed and delete them.

You will learn simple database operations in Laravel framework - create, read, update and delete called CRUD.

Thursday, 08 November 2018 21:09

Laravel Homestead

Laravel is a very popular PHP framework that allows developers to create really cool applications, easily and fast. As you progress in your understanding of Laravel and your start creating more and more projects, you come to the realization that you need a little more power and flexibility; That's where Homestead comes in.

Laravel Homestead is a package or as some of us call it a "box" full of Laravel goodies inside. Right out of the box Laravel Homestead includes ....

Thursday, 08 November 2018 20:58

Burp Suite Web hacking Tool

This course will help you to master the Burp Suite. If you are doing or wanting to do penetration testing, then it is 100% that you will work with web application. At the moment the Burp Suite is the most important tool for that. What you learn in this course can be immediately used in web application assessments.

Quickly Master the Most Important Web Hacking/Penetration Testing Tool, the Burp Suite.

Sunday, 04 November 2018 23:44

Laravel Deployment

Course Descriptions

Laravel is a great PHP framework, that helps us build really complex applications, fast and secured, but the hosting part can be a little daunting at first.This is a short course in which students will learn how to deploy their laravel applications online fast, easy and free.

Sunday, 04 November 2018 23:15

Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

Course Descriptions

Object oriented programming is a way to write code such that it is more efficient and built around classes and objects. Its a standard around the world that every programmer must be good in. Many people fail programming interviews that would have led them to a better paying jobs just because they failed the OOP questions. This Object Oriented Programming course is centered around building your capacity in that area. Hopefully this is the best course you will find on this topic on the internet.

So, you want to start a new project from scratch, and you’re looking for the best web development platform. When it comes to web programming languages, it’s not that easy to make a choice which complies with your requirements.

In the following article, we're going to compare Ruby vs. PHP in 2018 and find the main pros and cons of critical aspects of both technologies. The latest versions of languages are Ruby 2.5 and PHP 7.2. All statistics shown below is relevant for June 2018.

Both languages are more than 20 years old, mature and proven in production. A lot of great products were created on their basis. So let’s look at these technologies from the beginning.

IBM buying Red Hat should be great for Open Source, good for IBM and healthy for the cloud wars.

It was just announced that IBM bought Red Hat for $34 billion in cash. Wow!

I remember taking the bus to the local bookstore to buy the Red Hat Linux 5.2 CD-ROMs. It must have been 1998. Ten years later, Red Hat acted as an inspiration for starting my own Open Source business.

Brightbox Cloud enables you to build scalable applications very quickly, by creating a number of cloud servers and placing them behind a cloud load balancer, but, how do you know how much traffic you are going to be able to handle? Benchmarking single cloud servers using something like the Apache benchmark tool (ab) is fairly straightforward, but this only allows very simple testing to be performed and we soon become limited by the upstream bandwidth of our testing host. To test a clustered application we can use a distributed load testing tool like tsung.

Saturday, 27 October 2018 16:09

Web Development NextGenHub

Website development changes are made from wix to local server. Web pages that use html only but require a web server setting.
Implementing a web server by using apache in Linux Centos. Virtual host and test settings to make sure it runs smoothly.

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