automation2022-03-24

Automating Deployments with GitHub Actions

When writing my last blog post, I really wanted to share a draft of it (and not just the source code) before publishing. To do that,...

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automation2022-03-22

Remaking DeKrey.NET in Next.js

As previously mentioned, I don't like maintenance. Gatsby was working well for me, so why did I want to change? Wait, was it working well for me?...

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serverless2020-07-27

Making Realtime Checkers and Backgammon… with Azure Functions

I enjoy classical games. Simple rules that combine in interesting ways are the definitions of "emergent gameplay" that the games industry strives for in modern games, whether...

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automation2020-07-19

Remaking DeKrey.NET in GatsbyJS

I don't like maintenance. I prefer to make things that can just continue to run on their own and don't require constant fixing or upkeep. As...

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api2018-03-14

Error Handling and your (REST) API

Designing an API is not an easy thing. You need to make it easy to use. You want to make it provide all the information...

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git2017-08-27

How to apply automated refactorings to a large Git branch tree

Recently, my team decided to implement Prettier on our TypeScript code base. When we started our greenfield project more than a year ago, we started...

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git2017-08-11

A scalable Git branching model

Over my twenty years of development experience and fourteen years managing source code on teams, I've had the opportunity to work with companies in various...

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git2017-07-12

Git: How I use it and Why I don't use GitFlow

As a consultant for the past several years, I've had the opportunity to work on many different types of software projects, including marketing sites, mobile...

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software2017-05-29

Grammar of Programming

The software industry is always learning, which is one of the reasons why software is both my job and my hobby. Many of us professionals...

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