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What Happened to MBG Scaffolder?

Posted: 16th May 2013 by Jeff in Development, MySQL, PHP

If you’re a returning fan of the MBG Scaffolder package and trying to get your hands on the latest version of the software, the package has moved on. Not to worry though, it’s still alive and kicking. Since demand for the product has grown, I decided to relocate it under its own domain to give [...]

For those of you who might have missed my previous entry and the history behind passwordmeter.com, feel free to read about it here. For the rest of you, you’ll be happy to know that I finally got around to adjusting the algorithms in the Password Meter script. My original update was to be a single [...]

With a number of different data-driven projects on my plate both at home and at work, I find myself ever more impressed with the built-in abilities of MySQL.  Like many open source software products, it’s available at no cost as long as it’s used under the guidelines of the provided OS license.  But MySQL has [...]