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Cengiz AKCAN

Software Developer from Turkey

My expertise are mobile platforms and cloud-based application development.




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    Detection of problems that will cause problems over time and that have not been resolved.

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    Smart Work

    Seeking permanent and effective solutions to the problems experienced in the process.

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    The use of permanent effective solutions with the effect of eliminating problems.

I'm a Developer

I Develop Application that Help People

I have solved the problems of my business partners with whom I have worked with for many years with the projects that I have experienced and produced solutions for.

Projects and technologies are intended to produce internal solutions in combination with each other.

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  • Today we will  creating to the Nginx - Php-Fpm Template on Vestacp.

    CENTOS 7

    Step 1
    This directory is for PHP-FPM configs not for NGINX configs.

    Copy "Default" and modify file In /usr/local/vesta/data/templates/web/nginx/
    stpl = SSL CONFIG FILE 
    tpl   = HTTP CONFIG FILE
    The new file name just like "xxx_xxx.tpl" and "xxx_xxx.stpl", don't use "xxx.xxx.tpl" and "xxx.xxx.stpl" (Won't show your custome template name in vesta panel)
    finally, restart vesta service by root or sudo: systemctl  restart vesta
  • Now the era of writing code for classic "Corporate Site" and similar jobs is over

    "Vobo Cloud " is powered by the " Fix Framework " developed specifically for the sass backbone structure. It is used quickly and functionally thanks to its easy-to-access encoded infrastructure in plain language.

    With the sass feature, you can define individual plugins for each site that opens and manage components as you wish. For registered sites, the registration limit is set separately.

    With the developed plug-in infrastructure, fully integrated plug-ins can be developed on the system.

    It has a positive effect on users with its easy-to-use interface and operations.

    Api documentation is automatically prepared for the created components, it creates a sample code fragment, data connection, and process links in the created document.


    Form Elements 

        1. Text input
        2. Tags input
        3. Select - Option
        4. Radio – Option
        5. Checkbox - Option
        6. Number input
        7. Photo manager
        8. Text editor
        9. Color select
        10. Multi Select – Option
        11. Textbox
        12. Input mask
        13. Random
        14. Date




  • VOBO PHOTOS has been established to easily distribute thousands of professional photos taken in areas such as events and organizations with its face recognition technology.

    Photos taken with VOBO facial recognition technology reach their owners in just 15 seconds.

    In the studies and usage tests, possible operational problems were identified and improvements were made on them.

    The vobo used in the "International Orange Flower Carnival" was also presented to the users in the Bakırköy stage organized by "Spor Istanbul" and received a positive response of 85%.

    VOBO provides full service with Mobile, Web and Kios devices with wide platform support.

    While signing a first in the VOBO Field, it was a first in its field with API support as well as user experience, API support provided allowed the use of face recognition system in various fields.

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  • As an alternative, installation steps for Python 3.6 installation on Centos 7 Server:

    Note: You must have root privilege for installation.


    sudo yum install -y https://repo.ius.io/ius-release-el7.rpm
    sudo yum update
    sudo yum install -y python36u python36u-libs python36u-devel python36u-pip
    python3.6 -V




  • Google is the latest company to cancel the in-person portion of its biggest annual event on the calendar.

    This year's I/O will be streaming-only after Google decided the risk of coronavirus spreading to its employees, developers, and the wider public is too great.

    "Due to concerns around the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in accordance with health guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other health authorities, we have decided to cancel the physical Google I/O event," a spokesperson said.

    Google is among the companies taking a firm stance against the spread of coronavirus. Many of Google's headquarters around the world are less busy after employees have been told to work from home, including in Dublin where it's been described as "eerily quiet".

    Last week, it was confirmed that an employee from Google's office in Zurich had tested positive for the coronavirus. 

    "We can confirm that one employee from our Zurich office has been diagnosed with the coronavirus. They were in the Zurich office for a limited time, before they had any symptoms. We have taken — and will continue to take — all necessary precautionary measures, following the advice of public health officials, as we prioritise everyone's health and safety," a spokesperson said.

    Google is currently limiting all travel of its employees, and blocking travel to high-risk areas such as Iran, South Korea, Japan, and several Italian regions.

    The company's decision to cancel the in-person portion of I/O follows that of most other major global tech events including MWC, GDC, Facebook F8, Nvidia GTC, and others.

    Earlier today, GitHub announced its Satellite conference is also being cancelled. We expect to hear GitHub-owner Microsoft announce that its next major event, BUILD, will also follow suit – but, as of writing, that event is still going ahead.

    While scientists are still working to understand the new COVID-19 coronavirus and its severity, the fatality rate is expected to be relatively low. The virus does, however, appear to be highly contagious and is particularly dangerous to the elderly and people with underlying conditions or weakened immune systems.

    Currently, governments are in the “contain” stage of trying to limit the spread of the virus. Many are considering measures including the outright ban of large public gatherings.

    The main concern is that hospitals become overwhelmed with cases that people are unable to access even basic treatment. It's hoped that if the virus can at least be delayed until the summer, when hospitals are less busy, then we'll all have a much better chance at tackling it.

    As of writing, there have been 94,391 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 3,221 deaths.



  • Google has announced changes to its bounty program in a bid to tackle vulnerabilities found in popular Android apps.

    Just this week, CamScanner, an app with over 100 million installs, was removed from the Play Store after it was caught spreading malware.

    Discovered by Kaspersky researchers, CamScanner's recent versions shipped with the malicious Trojan Dropper module which extracted and ran another malicious module from an encrypted file that is found in the app's resources.

    CamScanner is far from the only example of this happening and so Google is taking increased steps to protect Android users.

    Whereas previously the Google Play Security Reward Program (GPSRP) only provided monetary rewards for apps developed by Google, the initiative has now been expanded to all apps over 100 million installs.

    In a post published by Google engineers Patrick Mutchler, Sebastian Porst, and Adam Bacchus, they wrote:

    "We are increasing the scope of GPSRP to include all apps in Google Play with 100 million or more installs.

    These apps are now eligible for rewards, even if the app developers don’t have their own vulnerability disclosure or bug bounty program."

    Google will coordinate between the security researcher and the affected app’s developer to ensure the vulnerability is fixed in a safe and responsible manner.

    There are three types of vulnerabilities currently eligible for a GPSRP payout, these are:

    1. Remote code execution bugs ($20,000)
    2. Theft of insecure private data ($3,000)
    3. Access to protected app components ($3,000)


    Where a popular app developer already has its own bounty program, security researchers will be able to collect a reward both from Google and the app’s developer. To date, GPSRP itself has paid out over $265,000 in bounties.

    The new rewards should help to greatly boost the security of Android while incentivising researchers to do the right thing if a vulnerability has been discovered.



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