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bio website ricardoamaral.net
location Portugal
age 30
visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Jun 22 at 18:54

Hello there!

My name is Ricardo Amaral and I am an independent developer pursuing my own personal projects around web and software development and more recently Android development, with over 12 years of personal and professional experience. I also enjoy working as a freelancer every now and then whenever time, motivation and opportunity presents itself.

I’m currently a student at University of Minho enrolled in the last year of my undergraduate degree in Informatics Engineering (BSc). I consider myself a reliable and dependable software engineer continuously striving for high quality software, regardless of my workplace or the task at hand.

You are welcome to visit my homepage where you'll find additional details about myself and my public projects.


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accepted Permanent redirect to different domain followed by temporary redirect to folder
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1
asked Permanent redirect to different domain followed by temporary redirect to folder
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1
accepted This address should never have been indexed, how can I properly remove it?
Nov
1
comment This address should never have been indexed, how can I properly remove it?
What really bothers me is that those pages should have never been indexed. Bing and Yahoo don't index the, why does Google? Forcing me to remove them manually...
Nov
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comment This address should never have been indexed, how can I properly remove it?
I can't remove the site, I need it online...
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asked This address should never have been indexed, how can I properly remove it?
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10
awarded  Supporter
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10
awarded  Scholar
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awarded  Student
Nov
10
accepted Should I block search engines with robots.txt on my Facebook app?
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10
comment Should I block search engines with robots.txt on my Facebook app?
As long as a user of the application is logged in to Facebook, I think they can use the application through the Canvas URL or through the direct URL. I'm not sure I can block access to the direct URL and keep the app working. The Facebook page for the app runs it through an iframe, blocking the direct URL will probably block the app at all, no?
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10
asked Should I block search engines with robots.txt on my Facebook app?
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10
awarded  Autobiographer