In this post I show you how to fix the authentication problem with heroku. If you want to deploy your branch to heroku using this command 1$ git push heroku master and git want an authentication like this 12Username for ‘https://git.heroku.com’: Password for ‘https://git.heroku.com’: then the repository is not pushed, because heroku will not allow […]Read more at the source
Note This is not a tutorial on how to use Docker with SSH keys and private repositories. This is a solution to a particular safety issue when building Docker containers. I won’t get into details on how to create a Dockerfile with a SSH key, etc – there’s enough about that in the Internet. Problem […]Read more at the source
Microservices has gained popularity recently and some projects I’ve worked on had followed this approach. Basically, it’s an approach of software architecture that allows breaking monolithic applications into smaller decoupled, business-oriented and isolated deployable applications. Each microservice normally is hosted in its own git repository, since it has very defined business boundaries and the code … »Read more at the source
Warning Warning! Before you do this, please read why you should’nt: why did gitlab 6 switch back to unicorn? So now, when let’s get started… Gemfile updates Nothing special here. Just add: and then: Puma config Create a puma.rb file in your gitlab config dir and copy/paste this: and At this point, you should be […]Read more at the source
I just pushed a small change to Oh My Zsh, which gives it rudimentary support for themes. What I’m hoping to do is collect prompts from tons of people and make it simple for others to find a PROMPT that works well for them.
As of right now, there are only three for you to choose from. So, please head over to github, fork Oh My Zsh, add your theme, and send a pull request.
Once I get it merged in, we’ll get a screenshot of it added to the Oh My Zsh wiki. (see themes)
I know that many of you have some really sweet prompts configured as I got a lot of response with my post, Show me your and I’ll show you mine.Read more at the source
Inspired by some recent posts from Tom on zsh, I decided that I’d do my part to help people give it a whirl. I’ve been using zsh for a few years now and haven’t found myself missing bash.
If you’re interested in taking a few minutes to give zsh a while, you’re in luck. I recently reorganized all of my zsh config into a package and tossed it on github to share. My goal was to create a reusable tool that would allow people to get up and running quickly with some of the fun configuration that I’ve come to rely on on a daily basis.
- Auto-complete rake and capistrano tasks
- Git branch names when you’re in a git project directory structure
- Tons of color highlighting (grep, git, etc.)
- Sexy prompts.. (so say me)
- much much more…
Also, Oh My Zsh is Snow Leopard compatible.Read more at the source
Chris Wanstrath (@defunkt) just posted the following on twitter.
“Hello Rip – http://hellorip.com/“
The Rip project describes itself as, “an attempt to create a next generation packaging system for Ruby.”
One of the cool features is that it supports multiple environments. For example, you can have different Rip environments (with different gem versioning) that are targeted towards specific applications. I have to dig around more through the project, but this looks fascinating.
Check it out at http://hellorip.com/
I’m also curious as to how you think you might be able to start using this.
- What are some ways that you could use Rip—http://heybrainstormr.com/t/pgte
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