Last week JSONFeed, an RSS/Atom alternative using JSON, was introduced and to me that seemed like a good excuse to play around with Hugo's new Output Formats.
Over the past weeks I've been working on a new tool. Now, Igor has reached a state where I'm happy with showing it off and so it's time to introduce it to the world.
Today someone asked me if it's possible to host a Hugo site on AWS that is only accessible from their company IP. Of course it is, let me explain how.
GitHub Pages works differently based on how you set it up. As several people have asked me for help when they ran into issues with deploying the site they generated using my Hugo Wercker step, this article will serve as a place to point them to.
For the Docker meetup in Melbourne I gave a presentation on how to use Docker with Jenkins to make it more flexible. The presentation is based on an article I've written about the same subject.
For the DevOps meetup in Melbourne I gave a presentation on preparing deployable code using Docker and Jenkins. The presentation is based on articles I've written about the same subject.
I wanted something that could ensure my usage of the Reporter app would be logged in my journaling app of choice, so I built it.
fcd is a zsh plugin I built for easily switching between different projects on the command line.
As I actually started writing again for this site, I found that I just wasn't happy with Wordpress. I originally chose Wordpress because it was the path of least resistance, but it turns out that it doesn't suit my needs.
As professional nerds, we love role-playing games. And we love web development. Naturally, we wondered what a character talent tree for a web developer might look like.
This is just a fun thing, but can still be used to discover areas to improve yourself in. And of course, it’s one of those sites that shows how much fun web development can be.
Via The Loop