I have said this before but it bears repeating. If you are making a
change and you want people to know you have made a change, add a note
where someone is...
0 replies - 2756 views - 01/16/12 by Cody Powell in Articles
I constantly get emails from Static Analysis vendors telling me why I
need to buy their technology. Recently I’ve been receiving emails
explaining how my...
6 replies - 6453 views - 01/14/12 by Jim Bird in Articles
Patrick Dubois will give an overview of somesome of the more popular open source monitoring tools and he'll show you how to make several of these tools work...
0 replies - 4976 views - 01/13/12 by Patrick Debois in Articles
While Automation is great to get you going and doing things faster
and reproducible, Monitoring/Metrics are probably more valuable for
learning and getting...
0 replies - 3629 views - 01/12/12 by Patrick Debois in Articles
This blogpost provides a summary of different ways to share a git
repository. Depending on your needs you can opt for different solutions.
7 replies - 16749 views - 01/11/12 by Patrick Debois in News
In what turned out to be a productive holiday hacking with
languages I’d not used before, I got round to writing some coffeescript
0 replies - 4190 views - 01/10/12 by Gareth Rushgrove in Articles
A couple months ago I created this
puppet-jenkins module while
experimenting with using Puppet to script or otherwise control more and more of
0 replies - 4561 views - 01/09/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
…run it on a high port
This seems like obvious advice but I see it so often ignored…. Yes,
putting ssh on another port is obscurity – but it freaking...
2 replies - 4869 views - 01/08/12 by Aaron Nichols in Articles
Clover is a
great tool for generating code coverage reports from your unit tests. It
can be executed as a plugin in Eclipse, Maven or Ant.
0 replies - 7233 views - 01/08/12 by Avi Yehuda in Articles
I love shortcuts. I do my best to learn keyboard shortcuts, I setup
aliases, and I like using anything that makes things faster. Here are a
few of my...
1 replies - 8379 views - 01/07/12 by Aaron Nichols in Articles
It’s the end of the year. Time to look back on what you’ve done, what
you’ve learned, your successes and mistakes, and what you learned from
1 replies - 6307 views - 01/06/12 by Jim Bird in Articles
Have you ever found all sorts of weird errors when running your
webapp because several jar files included have the same classes in
different versions and...
1 replies - 5380 views - 01/05/12 by Carlos Sanchez in Articles
This is a repost of my SysAdvent blogpost. It's merely here for archival purposes, or for people who read my blog but didn't see the...
0 replies - 5774 views - 01/04/12 by Patrick Debois in Articles
This is the start of a (hopefully) series of posts about DevOps, based on my presentation From Dev to DevOps.
The Agile movement stablished a series of...
0 replies - 4211 views - 01/04/12 by Carlos Sanchez in Articles
I`m parsing the responses of the Deploying Drupal survey I started a couple of months ago (more on that later)
One of the questions in the survey is...
0 replies - 5795 views - 01/03/12 by Kris Buytaert in Articles