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RT @offlinemark@twitter.com

Here's my favorite git feature that no one knows about:

You can reference commits using the commit message instead of the hash. The ":/" syntax accepts a regex that matches any part of the commit message, returning the youngest matching commit.


🐦🔗: twitter.com/offlinemark/status

Just found how cool Remote - Containers extension is. It even provides a template for . :rust:

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Without even writing a single test, provides your role with a lot of checks: linter, idempotence and running the plain tasks molecule.readthedocs.io/en/lat

Don't forget to encrypt 🔐 secrets with vault if you add the roles or playbooks to source code management docs.ansible.com/ansible/lates

Second thing to do is: create an script for it 👩‍🔧

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I've started off into the new year with creating my own NAS. First thing to do is to the storage with . Good articles are redhat.com/sysadmin/disk-encry and golinuxcloud.com/how-to-encryp 🔐

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At work, we've been hitting Pull Rate Limiting lately. We hope to solve this by activating Dependency Proxy docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/packag. It acts as a Pull-Through-Cache. Let's see how that goes 🤞

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Always when I think I know , then I'll get to know another awesome feature I haven't seen yet.

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Imagine a world without opensource, and the only operating system that exists is Windows.

I seriously wonder: would I still be as excited about computers & tech? Would I have moved on and found another profession in life?

Thanks to everyone involved in opensource. I can't repeat this often enough ❤️

People usually laugh when I tell them the difference between and : GitHub is a closed source software used to develop mainly open source software, while GitLab is an open source software used to develop mainly closed source software 😂

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@cwebber back in '06 I was at a big LAN. At one point they brought up some volunteers to a stage and let them compete in a quiz-like competition. One of the challenges was "imitate the sound a modem makes when dialing up."

They all stared at each other, completely silent. None of them had heard a dial-up modem or even knew that modems at one point had made sounds.

That's the first time I ever felt old.

Found out that other companies writing software for the company I work for use . I prefer flow. It's much easier b/c you create feature and hotfix branches from the default branch and you don't need extra tooling. GitLab :gitlab: documentation makes a pretty good point about it docs.gitlab.com/ee/topics/gitl

... and setup jitsi meet 📽️ with the same ansible script ❤️

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Do you already enjoy your account at matrix.org? You're familiar with basic linux stuff? Be a part of and setup your own for friends and family! It's quite easy with this ansible script github.com/spantaleev/matrix-d

Two years ago I have started to write unit tests because I was so sick of my colleagues messing up my work when they did changes to it. I have started to do test driven development this year. And I absolutely ❤️ it. It influences the creative process of writing complex programs in the most simple way very positively

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submodules works like a charm when you want to combine some playbooks and run them from a "lead" playbook. git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-Too

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