Hi! My name is Vladimir Remenar...

Vladimir Remenar ...and I am an Head of IT Operations Department at Sberbank d.d. Croatia. I love highly demanding projects and implementation of cutting edge tools and services. Oh, I love that security and forensics stuff.

05.12.2009 ~ 2 Comments

Hacking Information Systems: The Seven Steps

Hacking Information Systems: The Seven Steps

Hacking an information system which can be a computer network, server or a web site collection can be, and it is, very complex procedure and different procedure for every information system. But in it’s essence follows the basic seven steps of hacking into some kind of information system. From basic scouting to full takeover these seven steps […]

01.12.2009 ~ 0 Comments

Microsoft Open Days 2009: How it was

Microsoft Open Days 2009: How it was

The Microsoft Open Days 2009 at Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences were held at 24th of November 2009. With auditorium crowded with students some might say it went really well :) Students could attend lectures thought out the entire day and in between lectures students could sense a part of the history with first Pocket PC […]

17.11.2009 ~ 1 Comment

WordPress installed. What now?

WordPress installed. What now?

So you have a fresh WordPress installation and you are wondering what to do now. Here are a few links that might help you customizing you WordPress installation to your needs, help you get better ranking on search engines and much more. Where to look for hi quality themes, hacks, plugins and a bunch of useful tips. […]

17.11.2009 ~ 0 Comments

Microsoft Open Days 2009 Schedule

Microsoft Open Days 2009 Schedule

Only a week left and schedule is known :) As promised here is a bit more information regarding Microsoft Open Days 2009 which will be held at Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences on 24th of November 2009. The program starts at 10 o’clock and it will be held in couple of halls in ZUK […]

09.11.2009 ~ 0 Comments

Microsoft Open Days 2009

Microsoft Open Days 2009

Microsoft Open Days 2009 will be held at Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences on Tuesday 24th of November 2009 (24.11.2009) at ZUK Borongaj, object 71 on the first floor of the building. It’s open for all students who are willing to learn a bit more about Microsoft, student programs and about may other things Microsoft […]

06.11.2009 ~ 3 Comments

Web design books every designer should read

Web design books every designer should read

There are so many design books available that it’s a nightmare to chose the right one. From general design, CSS, colours to user experience books it’s really hard to keep up with all the new books being printed every day. Here are my favourites for which I believe every web designer should have in their collection. The Smashing Book […]

25.10.2009 ~ 1 Comment

Running Classic ASP on IIS7

Running Classic ASP on IIS7

Classic ASP developers could find them self in a question-mark-above-my-head state when migrating classic ASP websites to IIS7 or IIS7.5 environment. Show me my errors! First thing that might surprise you is that no errors are sent to your browser. Changing settings in .NET Error Page doesn’t do a darn thing for Classic ASP. Neither does changing web.config file. […]

14.9.2009 ~ 0 Comments

Does Windows Phone Stand a Chance?

Does Windows Phone Stand a Chance?

October 6th just might be a turning point for Windows Mobile. Just a few weeks are separating us from what will be known as a Windows Phone. What is a Windows Phone? It is mobile phone (Pocket PC with a mobile phone really – touchsreen SmartPhone? :) ) running Windows Mobile 6.5. Does it make […]

13.9.2009 ~ 4 Comments

SQLCE Insert Multiple Values

If you are a newbie at Windows Mobile development and you need to create an application which is using SQLCE database, you might have bumped into this problem. Inserting multiple records into SQLCE database is quite different from doing the same thing on full blown SQL Server. If you are like me, a developer who […]

12.9.2009 ~ 0 Comments

Possibility of applying fuzzy logic in the e-Learning system

A four year application with sustainable development of the Faculty of Traffic and Transport sciences’ e – Learning system resulted in the possibility of applying the afore mentioned in various processes, which appear in the education of the Traffic and Transport Sciences’ technologists, based on Bologna System and previously used higher education processes. Almost 10, 000 term paper themes have been turned in using the module which monitors the development of term papers. In order to provide a sustainable monitoring of the development of the term paper and to avoid plagiarism, searching through term paper themes has to be of the highest quality which is extremely complicated and demanding. Methods that have been used so far have given either incomplete or incorrect results, especially in the cases of typing in an incorrect concept. Searching demands usage of the fuzzy logic. Even though there is a vast number of fuzzy logic algorithms, none of them are adapted to Slavic languages or terms which have diacritical marks. A special methodology for searching through the Faculty of Traffic and Transport sciences’ e – Learning system has been developed. Based on this methodology a searching algorithm which uses one’ s own created word database has been implemented.