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Jonathan Callahan02/14/13
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Best Best Practices Ever

Every once in a while I read something that is so insightful, so clearly written and so well documented that it enters my own personal pantheon of “Best Ever” documents.

Alex Holmes02/14/13
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Using sed to perform inline replacements of regex groups

I love tools like sed and awk - I use them every day, and only realize how much I rely on them when I’m forced to work on a machine that’s not running Unix. Today I want to look at a feature that is really useful when working with regular expressions in sed.

Eric Gregory02/13/13
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Dev of the Week: Doug Rathbone

This week we're talking to Doug Rathbone, who blogs about automation and much, much more at Diary of a Ninja.

Matt Watson02/13/13
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Defining the Dev and Ops in DevOps

So what does DevOps mean exactly? What is the Dev and what is the Ops in DevOps? The role of Operations can mean a lot of things and even different things to different people.

Alex Soto02/13/13
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Conditional BuildStep Jenkins Plugin for Improving Continuous Delivery Decisions

In Continuous Delivery each build is potentially shippable. This fact implies among a lot of other things, to assign a none snapshot version to your components as fast as possible so you can refer them through all the process.

Greg Duncan02/13/13
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You've Heard of ASCII Art? How about DNS Art?

Here's a Star Wars traceroute, and the story behind it.

Jens Schauder02/12/13
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Who is Teaching Software Developers How to Use a File?

When I was about fourteen, I got a really interesting present from my uncle: a construction set for a ship.

Edmund Kirwan02/12/13
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Can We Measure Encapsulation?

A system's encapsulation is usually judged by reviewers based on their subjective appreciation of the problem-domain. But is there any other way?

Paul Underwood02/12/13
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Exploring Test Driven Development

In this post we will investigate test driven development and how we can use it to improve our development process.

Lubos Krnac02/12/13
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Share Dependencies Between RCP Tycho Driven Project and Plain Maven

It is well known that RCP bundle is not the Maven's best friend. Peacemaker between them is Maven's plug-in Tycho.

Mitch Pronschinske02/12/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (2/12/13)

More security woes for Ruby on Rails and a new core API server for Chef, made with Erlang. Plus Memcache on SSD and DNS art.

Doug Turnbull02/11/13
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Backing Up Virtual Machines In VirtualBox

My computer blue screened the other day. So I got fairly paranoid. This is the second time in a month this has happened.

Col Wilson02/11/13
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Set Up Your Own Git Repository Hosting Service in Three Minutes

You might have seen my earlier post "A Review of Free Code Repositories". Well I forgot about hosting your own. Really handy for hobbyist development. I have one of those free developer servers from Amazon out there somewhere. I don't use it much except to demo the occasional site and so on.

Henri Bergius02/11/13
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Thinking About the Flow-Based Programming User Interface

As readers of this blog already know, I've been working on the NoFlo flow-based programming environment for JavaScript.

Eric Gregory02/11/13
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A Facebook Capacity Engineer on the Future of Testing

At the ØREDEV conference in Sweden, Goranka Bjedov spoke about the future of testing and quality, drawing on her experience as a capacity planning engineer at Facebook.

Eric Gregory02/10/13
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An Introduction to Implementing Continuous Delivery

At the ØREDEV conference in Sweden, Sam Newman spoke about continuous delivery, discussing how to implement it, what tools to use, and more.

Moshe Kaplan02/09/13
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Jenkins? Tomcat? Running Code w/ Permissions?

This script will probably help you! If you need to run some "SUDO" commands from Jenkins...

Armel Nene02/09/13
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Hacking Liferay – Securing Against Online Vulnerabilities

Liferay CE is stable enterprise portal, as more companies start to adopt it, therefore security becomes a very important aspect of the deployment.

Doug Turnbull02/08/13
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Real-Time Doctest Checking in Vim

Vim is a terrific editor. The one thing that kills me, though, is “the cycle.”

Eric Minick02/08/13
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UrbanCode's uTalk on the Term "DevOps"

The first entry in UrbanCode's uTalk video series explores the term "DevOps" itself.

Ben Kepes02/08/13
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Appsecute Launches a DevOps Focused Social Stream

Exciting times at Appsecute at the moment as the team begins to unveil its new vision for the company.

Tim Spann02/08/13
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The BDD Question

We're not using BDD on any projects yet -- what are you using?

John Cook02/07/13
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Four Hours of Concentration

As I’ve blogged about before, and mentioned again in my previous post, the great mathematician and physicist Henri Poincaré put in two hours of work in the morning and two in the evening.

Jurgen Appelo02/07/13
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The Merits System

It is clear that the annual bonus system doesn't work. A tremendous amount of research says that it demotivates people, destroys collaboration, and causes dysfunctional behavior among managers and employees.

Giuseppe Vettigli02/07/13
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Betweenness Centrality

In Network Analysis the identification of important nodes is a common task. We have various centrality measures that we can use and in this post we will focus on the Betweenness Centrality.