It can be a real effort to bring yourself to write articles to maintain a healthy blog, and sometimes the simple articles are best. Therefore, I just want to take a quick few moments to talk about a tool that I just cannot live without now-a-days, when writing Go code, I am always live-reloading with Air in the background.
It’s really valuable for developers to be able to get fast feedback on the code that they are writing.
I love Ansible, and I love doing certifications - so this was a no-brainer. In this blog I’ll talk about how I prepared, how the exam felt, was it worth it, and at the end I’ll even explain why I used a cow image as the cover for this blog post! 1
The TURTLES model.
How many times have you seen projects abandoned on GitHub, or internal Wikis, with no explanation, no “next steps”, no follow-up or notes? How many hundreds of hours were lost to that project, and what was learned?
This article proposes a model (“TURTLES”), or more simply, a checklist, of how to properly archive a project.
Is now the right time to archive this project? T — Technologists: Do enough people contribute to maintaining this project?