We're getting close to the holidays! And to celebrate, I'm writing a blog post every day about GitHub Actions - if you're interested in learning about CI/CD, check out my GitHub Actions advent calendar
- Undoing Mistakes with CMD+Z in Tower 4
Undoing things in git is, actually, sort of hard. How you do it very much depends on what you're doing and the context you're doing it in. Many people rely on cheat sheets to cope. But what if you could just hit command-Z (or control-Z)?
- ARM in the Cloud
Today, the virtual machine and serverless platforms offered by cloud providers are - almost entirely - amd64 processors. ARM is available by AWS in their Gravitron platform. An interesting look at both the history and what it will take to see ARM in the data center in the future.
- Behind the scenes: GitHub security alerts
At this point, we all rely on open source components to build our software, which means vulnerabilities in our dependencies become vulnerabilities in our applications. GitHub Security Alerts can scan your dependencies and warn you when they're vulnerable -- but how does this work?
- Ruby, Where Do We Go Now?
The author of Rubocop -- a popular static code analyzer and formatter for Ruby -- takes a critical look at where Ruby is and where it's going, especially in the wake of several controversial changes. Ultimately, he asks: has Ruby lost its way?
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