Nest Protect

My experience owning a Nest Protect
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code review before commit

I’ve started implementing code review before commit/push on my team. We theoretically had a code review system in place before this, but it went something like this: Write code Commit code Push code Roll a d20 If die came up greater than 2, no one will review your code. Otherwise, someone tries to retroactively review a billion commits in 30 minutes. That process wasn’t really the best didn’t work.
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OpenBSD and the Intel NUC

A report of running OpenBSD on an Intel NUC
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more continuous integration

So, in a previous post, Continuous Integration I gave a quick overview of our continuous integration setup, and mentioned that I’d like to explore allowing jenkins to push our deploys for us. That work is now done. The basic workflow is now: Developer develops new feature Developer runs unit tests locally Developer submits patch for code review via Phabricator Code is approved by another person on the team Developer lands (pushes to master) changes Jenkins initiates a build, and if all tests pass, promotes the build automatically to the integration server.
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Twitter as a Backup Server

Backing up data to Twitter
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