The good people of CircleCI provide a basic service for free and that is very nice.
I needed to build a quick POC to show how to collect metrics from the Puppet server JVM via JMX. This is what I did, the problems I had and how I solved them.
It turns out I have wasted hours, perhaps days, if not weeks, executing
I was invited (not sure why) to a Google Cloud Platform event which included a Kubernetes bootcamp. I skipped the morning blah blah (attending a job interview instead), and I got to the remote venue in time for some relatively good food, considering the setting.
You’ve added a post to your Jekyll blog and you do a
jekyll buildand yet the post does not appear.
I have been working using Ansible in the past weeks and I am truly enjoying it
And so a new adventure starts. This new contract will require the longest commute ever but probably also the nicest, empty trains, sitting playing with my laptop. How long will it be before I will get fedup? And what about the job? Will I like it? Will I be able to do it? Will I like the people? Will they like me? So many questions. Let’s get them in checklist format and come back here in a week or two to see how it’s going.
- how long before you get fed up with the commute?
- will you like the job?
- are you able to do the job?
- will you like the people?
- will the people like you?
I am now officially experimenting with Jekyll - a Ruby blog thing using markdown files.
You’ll find this post in your
_postsdirectory. Go ahead and edit it and re-build the site to see your changes. You can rebuild the site in many different ways, but the most common way is to run
jekyll serve, which launches a web server and auto-regenerates your site when a file is updated.