How to get the ChefDK (and associated tools) to trust internal / self-signed certificates, in an easy oneliner.
How to handle getting an
EACCES when trying to run ChefSpec on a recipe.
Spinning up a version of your application on every push, so others don’t have to manually get the code up and running locally.
How to best test
include_recipes within your Chef recipes, as well as how to ensure that you aren’t running any dependent recipes in your tests.
Why I’m starting to use blog posts as a form of documentation, and why I think they’re so well suited.
Coerce YAML to JSON and vice versa, from the comfort of your Gem-studded command line.
Remove any merged local or branches from your local Git repository
Using Python’s JSON module to pretty print JSON objects from the command line.
Making it easier to write commit messages by having the diff in your editor.
An introduction to how to build a cookbook using GitLab’s Continuous Integration platform in conjunction with
A quick one-liner to get you the full certificate chain in
I share the tool I have been using for system utilisation and monitoring,
Speed up your commit message writing by providing a template for when you run
A tool to help reduce the amount of unnecessary output when building LaTeX files.
A discussion about the reasons that I would greatly recommend the GitLab.com platform for all your Git hosting, opposed to its competitors.
How containerised apps (AppImage, Snappy and Flatpak) could eat our users
What you need to remember to ask the organisers and what to consider in order to ensure your workshop goes smoothly.
An Application Binary Interface to make it possible to create capabilities-based, hardened, software.
A few words ahead of the storm of articles.
A month of giving back, and a very honest post-mortem of what I learned.
How to get up and running with using GitLab CI and the Capistrano deploy tool
A few words about my excitement for the start of Hacktoberfest, and some ideas on how to get started yourself.