Monthly Archives: July 2015

Git demystification

There are a few misconceptions I hear about Git that I find should be cleared up a bit, so here goes:

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Three ideas you should steal from Continuous Integration

I like Continuous Integration — a lot. Small incremental changes, continuous testing, continuous builds: these are Good Things. They provide statistics, things you can measure your progress with. But Continuous Integration requires an investment on the part of the development … Continue reading

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Eliminating waste as a way to optimize

I recently had a chance to work on an implementation of an Arachnida-based web server that had started using a lot of memory as new features were being added. Arachnida itself is pretty lean and comes with a number of … Continue reading

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