Comments for Omniceps http://www.omniceps.com Advanced IT solutions Tue, 12 Sep 2017 07:12:00 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.2 Comment on Top PHP Based CMS Platforms Suitable For Blogging by Omniceps http://www.omniceps.com/top-php-cms-platforms-blogging/#comment-38 Tue, 12 Sep 2017 07:12:00 +0000 http://www.omniceps.com/?p=3340#comment-38 Thank you for the reference. But we were trying to include the popular ones as per their ratings from users and community size. We will surely look into OnceBuilder as well as it seems to be a great CMS.

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Comment on Top PHP Based CMS Platforms Suitable For Blogging by OnceBuilder CMS http://www.omniceps.com/top-php-cms-platforms-blogging/#comment-37 Mon, 11 Sep 2017 22:53:00 +0000 http://www.omniceps.com/?p=3340#comment-37 and OnceBuilder?

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Comment on Questions Freelancers Must Ask Client Before Initiating Project by jminkler http://www.omniceps.com/questions-freelancers-ask-client/#comment-36 Wed, 06 Sep 2017 11:56:00 +0000 http://www.omniceps.com/?p=3292#comment-36 https://www.freshbooks.com/assets/other/Breaking-the-Time-Barrier.pdf for reference 🙂

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Comment on Questions Freelancers Must Ask Client Before Initiating Project by Omniceps http://www.omniceps.com/questions-freelancers-ask-client/#comment-35 Wed, 06 Sep 2017 07:45:00 +0000 http://www.omniceps.com/?p=3292#comment-35 @jminkler:disqus thank you. That’s really insightful. We will update our post with the points mentioned by you.

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Comment on Questions Freelancers Must Ask Client Before Initiating Project by jminkler http://www.omniceps.com/questions-freelancers-ask-client/#comment-34 Tue, 05 Sep 2017 19:29:00 +0000 http://www.omniceps.com/?p=3292#comment-34 If you are asking about timelines, you are inadvertently asking about budget, remember your Cost triangle 🙂 you ask what they want to accomplish, you go over the details, then you come up with your proposal – giving realistic prices, and timelines for each feature (even separately) . If they don’t like it, tough, it’s not your job to make the client feel good. This is what’s wrong with all the “freelance” sites, they totally miss the point, and all you get is everybody trying to underbid everything, and the clients end up with disasters.

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Comment on Questions Freelancers Must Ask Client Before Initiating Project by Omniceps http://www.omniceps.com/questions-freelancers-ask-client/#comment-33 Tue, 05 Sep 2017 19:14:00 +0000 http://www.omniceps.com/?p=3292#comment-33 @jminkler:disqus There is not a single mention of budget in the post :-). Moreover, timelines discussion is really important. It is helpful to know what your prospective client thinks about the project timeline so that you can come up to a realistic timeline. The post clearly says not to promise an unrealistic timeline to a client. Thanks for the information though.

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Comment on Questions Freelancers Must Ask Client Before Initiating Project by jminkler http://www.omniceps.com/questions-freelancers-ask-client/#comment-32 Tue, 05 Sep 2017 18:48:00 +0000 http://www.omniceps.com/?p=3292#comment-32 Starting with budgets and timelines comes off as poor business. Are you only in it to do the job and punch out? They could hire anybody for that and you are leaving $$ on the table. Your mission should be to show them the value accomplishing the project, the value and insight you bring, and they should have no problem raising the budget. Unless of course they know nothing about running a business.

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Comment on Questions Freelancers Must Ask Client Before Initiating Project by jminkler http://www.omniceps.com/questions-freelancers-ask-client/#comment-31 Tue, 05 Sep 2017 18:44:00 +0000 http://www.omniceps.com/?p=3292#comment-31 Your mission isn’t just to code the website. Anybody can do that (literally). Don’t let the client dictate anything except what they need as a result of the project. Literally nothing else they should be telling you to do. This is where the value comes in, consulting them on the correct course of action. Anyone can build site, and quote a price.

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Comment on Stop Brute Force Attacks in PHP | PHP Throttling Techniques by jminkler http://www.omniceps.com/stop-brute-force-attacks-php-throttling/#comment-30 Tue, 05 Sep 2017 18:40:00 +0000 http://www.omniceps.com/?p=3193#comment-30 This is a software fix, which never works. All it does is add more processing on each request. The code above segments all the traffic to individual users, and therefore only stops attacks that are not distributed (multiple ip addresses). Engineering a multiple IP attack is trivial these days, and commonplace. Ie. this is a waste of code, and processing time. Best defense is a hardware or server-side solution, not in the application layer.

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Comment on Stop Brute Force Attacks in PHP | PHP Throttling Techniques by Omniceps http://www.omniceps.com/stop-brute-force-attacks-php-throttling/#comment-29 Tue, 05 Sep 2017 18:22:00 +0000 http://www.omniceps.com/?p=3193#comment-29 @jminkler:disqus please elaborate more so that our readers can understand what exactly you mean. If you want you can send us more information on omniceps@gmail.com, and we will update this post.

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