Ethical hacker, software developer and Entrepreneur.
As a software developer, I am responsible for the development of management software products produced by the company. My area of expertise includes programming languages like Java, Objective-C, C#, C++, PHP, Ruby and system administration. With more than 15 years of Desktop software development experience, I discovered that mobiles application programming is something that I would love to do for the rest of my life :)
I am very passionate about teaching everyday people topics that they are interested in. I think that in order to keep up with the latest technology trends your leaning process should be a continuous one.
The biggest goal for me right now is to motivate and inspire others through the form of knowledge. If I can inform someone of ways to achieve a healthy mindset or production solution that makes their life easier, I can officially say that I've done my job.
Good course in it's time, it is now outdated but still useful on understanding on why backup is needed.
For a quick, free guide to WordPress backup options, requirements, and restoration strategies, this was a great course. I now have a great start to begin tackling these kinds of tasks with my clients.
A backup restore tutorial, for each backup type plugin, would have been nice.
For the FTP-client data transfer, that boat sailed away some 25 years ago. Now the access method is SFTP, SCP or rsync (over ssh). Updraft-light seems to lock SFTP out, but nevertheless, FTP is kinda not too current no more. I do use and understand the use of FTP in internal and closed networks, but usually people host stuff around and nowdays plain FTP might not be available anymore.