When I set out to deploy the excellent and free New Relic’s Server Monitoring agent on a couple of Elastic Beanstalk environments, I was expecting it to be an “easy-peasy copy/paste a couple of commands and it magically works” type of thing like it usually is when dealing with New Relic. What surprised me was
Throughout the years I've experienced working in all parts of the software development process on different tech stacks and with clients from all over the world. Always looking out for the next great tool in cutting edge open source technologies. I specialize in Cloud computing (AWS), Ruby, Node.js, DevOps, Docker and Puppet.
Few months ago, a Node.js project I was working on made a switch from Express to Meteor. The project was running on AWS Elastic Beanstalk and the continuous delivery procedure we had in place relied pretty heavily on Elastic Beanstalk and other AWS services. The first next step I took was look for the fastest and least
Pre-commit tests, if set up correctly, can be a valuable time saver. They can prevent bad code from getting in the repository and reduce the overall time spent in CI jobs. This example will use angular.js code, and will show how to add persistent pre-commit hooks which reject commits unless the unit tests pass.