The only one Blackhat conference in Bulgaria was at 17-18 of October 2019. The agenda this year was not so SEO oriented but was very interesting and useful. Covered topics were fake Facebook profiles, Cybersecurity on energy sector, Drone attacks, Productivity hacks, Android Applications Vulnerabilities, Browsing in the Darknet and others. Great lectors, many new knowledges and nice networking. Waiting for Indit Blackhat 2020!
We had the pleasure of visiting the second edition of Google Developers Group – Devfest Sofia 2019. Many positive emotions, many useful lectures and of course many positive people. Good luck! Special thanks to Nicky Krastev!
Изработка и поддръжка на уебсайтове и електронни магазини. Обичаме да правим поръчкови функционалности и плъгини според нуждите на проекта. Използваме минимум техническа терминология и се стараем клиентите ни да се чувстват комфортно. Радваме се да работим и с хора с опит в разработването на проекти за “уеб”. Приветстваме и колеги, които имат нужда от помощ за техни проекти.
The first ever WordCamp Retreat in Bulgaria and one of the first in the world took place in the picturesque seaside village of Sinemorets. The weekend from September 13th to September 15th offered two beautiful sunny days and two slightly windy but warm evenings. On track one, useful lectures and productive workshops were held at Studio More’s co-working space. The second track was on the beach and offered yoga, kayaking, heet running and other sport activities. Two evenings with cool parties at “The Ship” Bar and Dada by the Sea, supported by Superhosting. A unique combination of networking, lectures and beach activities. Thanks to the organizers, sponsors, speakers and everyone who participated in this highly regarded WordPress community event. Milen Petrinski came on time from across Europe for his workshop Gutenberg for theme developers!! Video report from Dian Tankov!
The first thing of course is to have a valid Dropbox account and basic understanding of how a cURL request is built in PHP. Very helpful is the the Dropbox API Explorer where you can try various API calls and see the requests and the results. After you are sure that everything is working fine you can use or modify the following script: