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GoodWorld is an early-stage, venture-funded start-up changing the face of philanthropy through an innovative approach to online fundraising. Our technology allows you to donate without leaving social media, simply by writing #donate on any Facebook post or when you tweet at any of our partner charities. Job Description GoodWorld seeks an experienced PHP developer with a passion for elegant/functional code as well as doing good in the world. The ideal candidate will have experience leading a development team and with agile development methods. Responsibilities: - Determine operational feasibility by evaluating analysis, problem definition, requirements, solution development, and proposed solutions. - Document and demonstrates solutions by developing documentation, flowcharts, layouts, diagrams, charts, code comments and clear code. - Prepare and install solutions by determining and designing system specifications, standards, and programming. - Improve operations by conducting systems analysis - Obtain and license software by obtaining required information from vendors; recommending purchases; testing and approving products. - Collecting, analyzing, and summarizing development and service issues. - Develop software solutions by studying information needs, conferring with users, studying systems flow, data usage, work processes, and investigating problem areas Skills & Requirements Experience: - PHP - MySQL - PHPUnit or other testing framework - Ubuntu server administration - Twitter API and Facebook API integration Bonus, experience with: - Amazon Web Services - Continuous deployment - Laravel framework - Payment gateway integrations Location: Onsite strongly preferred, but open to remote employment Salary: $60-120K; a small equity allotment also possible If interested, email me at email@example.com
I have use apache server with PHP installed on it,i created one directory through php coding it get created but it has permission ( drwxr-sr-x 3 www-data www-data 4096 Feb 26 04:54 Merchantid_30) my other directories has ubuntu:ubuntu permission, I want to write on my directory but www-data wont allow me to write on it,giving 777 permission through chmod is risky, can i create directory through php but its default permission is set to be ubuntu:ubuntu instead of www-data ? what changes i need to do in coding?
Hi all, My project folder on my ubuntu server lies at this location (a) : /home/vagrant/website I had copied my project at /var/www/public/ ( I created the public folder under /var/www/. The other folder by default is html which contains the default index.php displaying the phpinfo) I now wished to create a symlink to my project folder at (a). SO i deleted my project folder and files under the public folder and instead created the symlinks. This is what the public folder looks like now: vagrant@vagrant:/var/www/public$ ls -l total 0 lrwxrwxrwx 1 vagrant www-data 28 Jun 19 10:21 project -> /home/vagrant/website/project lrwxrwxrwx 1 vagrant www-data 27 Jun 19 10:21 proj_inn -> /home/vagrant/website/proj_inn lrwxrwxrwx 1 vagrant www-data 27 Jun 19 10:21 mylibs -> /home/vagrant/website/mylibs vagrant@vagrant:/var/www/public$ However when I try and access my project page on the browser, it does not show up. Instead the phpinfo page from the default index.php is displayed. Am I making a mistake or can't symlinks be used as I am trying to use them?? Thanks all !
I have Set Up a Remote Database to Optimize wordpress Site Performance with MySQL on Ubuntu 16.04. I downloaded the wordpress onto my web server. When I Navigate to the public IP address associated with my web server, i get "Error establishing a database connection". With wordpressdebug mode set to true, the details of the error is: Warning: mysqli_real_connect(): (HY000/3159): Connections using insecure transport are prohibited while --require_secure_transport=ON. in /var/www /html/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 1538 I have tested remote connection using the remote user and I am able to connect. This means my database server is running and my remote user credentials are also correct. What may be causing this and how can I resolve this?