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Jean-Dominique Nguele: Writer of Code – Blogger – Podcast host – Not listed in Forbes' 30 under 30

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Github Actions brings continuous integration within Github

Disclaimer: I wrote this post about six weeks ago but forgot to publish it, I probably should start using scheduling. Hope you enjoy it anyway! Github Actions is the newest tool for Github that allows for continuous integration and continuous…

Developing Minikube Github Actions to run Kubernetes

I have been discovering and experimenting with Kubernetes right after I passed my AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate exam. So far, I wrote and deployed simple applications on my local Kubernetes cluster powered by Docker for Mac. I also deployed…

Hacktoberfest 2019 is on so let’s jump into it!

It’s that time of the year again. Hacktoberfest 2019 begun a couple of days ago and pull requests are off the charts! We are back in this time where developers get to contribute to open-source software while getting something back….

Hacktoberfest 2018: write 5 pull requests for a free t-shirt

Hello Mishamigos, in a week we will be the last day of October. The day where ghouls and demons will sprout and throw one more spell at us humble coding people. The day where until the last second you will…

Git squash merge: non, no, nein, nee, na, nej, não, net

Today I will tell you why you should say no to git squash merges. Even better I will show you. First, I will explain what lead me to write this post. Then, I will provide you with steps to reproduce a problem…