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Web Application Developer in a wide variety of business applications and Database Administrator. Particularly interested in SaaS and relational and Non-relational database design using MySQL, SQLi, Postgres, NoSQL or any open source database. Always interested in new projects. Focused "mainly" on open source projects.

Specialties

  1. Operating System: UNIX-LIKE; GNU/Linux; *BSD;
  2. Programming Language: PHP; Python; C/C++; Ruby; Shell Script; TCL; Java; Java Script;
  3. Data Base: MySQL; Postgres;
  4. Servers: Apache; nGinx; TomCat; and others;
  5. IDE: NetBeans; Eclipse; | Editor: gedit; nano; kate; Emacs; others
  6. Repo: GIT; SVN;

Nov
7
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
29
comment Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
Yes, API is the next step to us, after completely eliminate the desktop app. The main idea now is turn 100% web app. That is the endeavor.
Dec
21
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
5
comment Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
I had allowed my remote server to receive incoming connection, but my real situation is a bit different. One Database is in the internet and the other is LOCALHOST (127.0.0.1). How could I access my local server (127.0.0.1)?? I do not want to port forwarding in the firewall and I really do not want to depend of any "extra configurations" outside of my software. Then I see no solution again in my case. Maybe I will generate queries files with "queries of the day" ahahah and update the local server via (cronjobs) every night after closing-time. thanks anyway!
Oct
2
comment Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
@EIYusubov - I will accept your answer 'cause it sounds the best to do in my problem. I came up with a solution after measure all "real possibilities" that I have today without compromise the databases. Each time a operation like: customer register, supplier register, product register is made, it will be made in the two databases (now -> db_web and db_desktop). Since it start to happen in this way I will have no problem about duplicate data and other hassles. Thanks about DAL, I will also implement it to centralize.
Oct
2
accepted Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
Sep
26
comment Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
Yeah! I know about that, it is a terror movie that I need to live every f*** day. That's why I want to merge into one database!
Sep
26
revised Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
edited to be more readable
Sep
25
comment Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
@Doc Brown - At a first glance it appears to be a bit confuse, but I have some commonality in the 2 databases, for example -> I have customer, supplier, orders and products in my both structure and I would like to merge it into only one, then I do not need to UPDATE both when it is needed. Thanks man.
Sep
25
comment Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
Sounds a good solution too. I did in the past something in this way,If for some reason I can't "merge" my databases into one, It will be one option. Thanks!
Sep
25
comment Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
Sounds good, I will read more about DAL and how to implement it in a working system. Thanks!
Sep
25
comment Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
Wow.. I have today in the Desktop relational schema: 104 tables. In the Web relational schema: 42 tables. 1 - Permissions is assigned based on: Deny all by default, and assigns as needed. 2 - It is already done in the web application (Validation / Sanitization). 3 - Until now performance is not a problem, since every fiscal year part of my database I will archive (Also customer and all related data after 3 years of inactive will be archived). My real problem is I have 2 environments and I would love to have only 1, but I have no idea where and how start to "merge" the both worlds into one.
Sep
25
comment Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
Thanks for the answer! The main purposes to use a Desktop environment is: 1-I need to print and give out Tax Coupon on each new order. 2-I have the drawer. 3-I have a serial reader (Bar code). 4-I have a terminal to query for information. 5-and a few other stuffs that is so hard if not impossible to do in the web environment.
Sep
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asked Is it possible to keep only one Database for both web and desktop applications?
Jun
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awarded  Suffrage
Jun
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comment Why isn't Java used for modern web application development?
Great Answer!!!
Jan
18
comment Open Source PHP Encoder
Just to say one more word -> Do not use this -> rssoftlab.com/phpenc.php It is the worst crazy shit I have ever try to use in last 2 years... No documentation, no command line program as they claim. Really a nightmare. Do waste your time.. I think the only way if really want to encode is here, since it is Raw php, and everything in php born from this. br2.php.net/manual/en/book.bcompiler.php
Jan
18
comment Open Source PHP Encoder
continue... Centralized all the instances, the whole code at only one server. Then if the customer want the code hosted by himself, I will host the code at the company (Mainly Interfaces and Calls), but it will be something "API like", it will request the business logic from the remote server. Then the requisites will be a working connection and the Core still held by myself.
Jan
18
comment Open Source PHP Encoder
@Tim Post I had realized that there are nothing good enough on this way, there are companies like Ioncube that charge for their solution, and I had tested already (Works Good), but like we discussed is not 100% safety, then I'm going on the SaaS way.