Getting Started with Open Source Probo.CI

By mrbagnall | 11th August 2017

Of the many challenges we face as software developers, getting our code through the code review and QA/regression testing process is often one of the more challenging. Moving and copying assets and databases between production, development and staging environments can be tedious, time consuming, and not always successful.

One of the newer tools to come out to help in this sphere of continuous integration and collaboration is Probo. Its singular purpose is to bridge the gap between branches of code to allow you to test specific instances of change within your repository.

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Mr. Roboto Was Ahead Of Its Time

By mrbagnall | 24th July 2017

So if you see me acting strangely
Don't be surprised.
I'm just a man who needed someone
and somewhere to hide.... to keep me alive.

I am the modern man.
Who hides behind a mask
So noone else can see
my true identity.

The problem's plain to see.
Too much technology.
Machines to save our lives.
Machines dehumanize.

Sounds like the modern day internet to me.

 

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Secure SOLR, Apache, Docker & Proxy Directories

By mrbagnall | 29th May 2017

I'm going to straight up admit that I am not a SOLR expert from a system administration standpoint. As such, I have a lot to learn about various configurations and setup options for getting SOLR working in different ways.

 

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