Being a developer most times means working with git.
There are many different ways to use git and every project, every developer has their preferences.
For my own projects I work a lot with GitHub and I love using the
git rebase -i feature to clean up commits.
This third post in the series of Antora posts quickly addresses a feature I only recently discovered. It will show you some techniques you can use to compose the navigation menu in a multi-repository, multi-module setup. This is especially interesting if you have content spread across repositories that you want to present hierarchically in the navigation tree.
This post will walk you through setting up a self hosted git based continuous integration environment on a two machine setup - assuming you already have two virtual machines at your disposal. Using Gitea for git hosting and contribution management and Drone for docker-based build jobs, this will guide you through creating docker-compose files as well as configuring the individual services and getting SSL certificates via traefik. Docker and docker-compose knowledge is required for this tutorial. It mostly focuses on the correct configuration of all the services at play here and not explaining their basic functionality.
This tutorial uses Azure resources so some of the aspects might not be 100% applicable if you chose another infrastructure provider.
Gitea is an open source git hosting platform, written in Go forked from the Gogs project and seems to be highly inspired by GitHub. If you want to host your own git platform and want to use Azure Active Directory as an authentication provider - this post might help you.
As promised my book series will start with two books out of the FAANG league. The book How Google works covers many aspects of the companies culture. The book has lots of management insights that - at the time of reading - were of little interest to me. Therefore I want to briefly highlight a few points about innovation that I find fascinating and then move to the human factors like recruiting and competence management that are also covered extensively in the book.Continue reading
End of October I joined the Stuttgart Hackathon for the second time. It was my overall 4th public Hackathon. In this blog post I want to tell you why I enjoy doing Hackathons and why you should join one too if you have the chance!
TL;DR; Network and play with expensive toys