I'm planning on building a playbook for Travis as we go along and refine our monitoring and alerts, it's a neat idea.
Sleepless in Seattle
There's a psychological side to being on-call that needs a lot of getting used to: the thought that an alert could go off at any time. While that's a natural thing, as failures do happen all the time, it's easy to mess up your head. It certainly did that for me.
Lying in bed, not being able to sleep, because your mind is waiting …
§ How to . Your Failed Test in Travis CI
§ GitHub Issues on the command line . Use your $EDITOR, not your browser.
§ From Client-side frameworks suck :
If you expect your framework to hold your hand through the battle field, you're going to end up hitting a mine at some point and if you don't understand or know how to write vanilla, you will never escape.
§ The art of saying with less: Using Writing Smells to . Your Email
Wonderful Travis CI can now help you with pull requests .
Principles of . Design
Knowledge Fighting diabetis with data .
QotD William Vambenepe :
Thisis so undocumented, it wouldn't last a day in .
This is going to be another of those "ten pounds of stuff in a five pound sack" says.
OpenSSL Errors and - An extensive discussion of what's going on, along with workarounds. - Certificate Verify Failed - :: ::FetchError
Announcing - Travis CI can now check out pull requests before they're merged. Support
Railscats! - For those of you who have trouble typing ' '.
…ensure they all work as expected. I intend to find a good way to allow rubygems to self-host their scroll.
I mentioned that I like CI to be setup immediately for new applications. That's next. Jenkins, Travis CI (when they release private application support), and what other CI systems should be supported?
…Travis CI . This means any change in the tests is also run againstusing Travis, so we can manage extending tests without influencing the main RVM build status.
DTF - Deryl's
Deryl put a lot of effort in to start RVM-Tests. He also started the first version of the testing tool. As time went on, it was rewritten to be a separate tool and, to honor Deryl's hard work, it was named Deryl's Testing Framework … Doucette
The paperclip project is gearing up for a groundbreaking (maybe app-breaking?) release, but in the meantime Mike Boone…
Added configuration for Travis continuous integration.
Make the gemspec the canonical reference and stop generating it from the Rakefile.
Use the built-in Bundler rake tasks for packaging the gem.
Use the release rake task provided by Bundler instead of using the Rake:: XForge::Release functionality.
Extract Object# metaclass__ into a new metaclass gem.
Run rake tasks without bundle exec .
Avoid deprecation warning for rdoc rake task.
Remove the use test unit gem…
Travis Schmeisser's talk was great also. I've worked with Travis in the past when I was at and he was at nGen Works. Not only is he a super smart lad but a very talented designer. I had high expectations walking in and wasn't disappointed.
I won't touch on the talks that I didn't like as I don't want to be too negative. The one thing I will say is; don't listen to people telling you to be a ‘celebrity.' Forget trying to be …