MyDNS – MySQL (or PgSQL)-powered DNS server

I came across a review for MyDNS – a database-driven DNS server – over on Linux.com.  I’m going to try it out, since it comes with some nice features such as a web-based management page as well as the ability to hand-modify the database records.  Coupled with the fact that it should scale well, this…

Social networking & online projects

While browsing around at work today, I came across an interesting post on Bradley Horowitz’s blog describing his take on the relative distribution on the “phases of value creation”. I found this post via another post on Jeremy Zawodny’s blog, which I linked to from the links listed at the Google Blog. Rather appropriate for…

Upcoming tutorials

There are a plethora of articles about which I would like to write, and I will easily get caught-up and overwhelmed if I don’t at least make some kind of a plan. So, I’m going to write-up a short list of tutorials I plan to be writing soon with the hopes that it will help…

XML Applications

I’m very pro-XML, so I wanted to compile a simple list of interesting applications of XML that can be useful. This is all part of my perpetual grand-unification CMS that I always say I’m working on. Amongst other things, it will leverage as much XML as possible, since its core rendering will be using PHP’s…

Now taking tutorial requests

One of the goals of HidayahTech is to share what little technical knowledge I have with my visitors in the form of easy-to-follow & comprehensive tutorials. So, if you’d like to request a tutorial, please leave a comment to this post with the nature of your request. I’ll start you off with some options: PHP…

Welcome to HidayahTech

After a rough start (still working on the Tawheed Collective), I’ve decided that it’s okay to have two blogs.  The focus of HidayahTech, if you haven’t gathered from the name, is on technology – but there will also be spatterings of science, and general posts as well. Now that I’ve got it looking the way…