Congrats on moving! I'd also be interested what triggered the move 🙃
It feels odd to suddenly have i.e. replies to tweets be sent ~90 seconds after I post the comment, instead of ~8 minutes later. Turns out that some tweaking of #Netlify settings, reducing some of the size of files on my site, and migrating from Netlify to #Cloudfront with a self-hosted shell #gitlab CI runner makes a big difference!
I'm wearing a GitLab hoodie that I bought with my own money, so... 🦊
GitLab Runner Docker TCP Error (2 mins read).
cannot connect to the Docker daemon error with GitLab Runner and Docker.
Thanks GitLab for the Swag! (2 mins read).
Thanking GitLab for the swag store credit for sharing how much I use GitLab.com.
Adding a Merge Request Checklist for new Articles (1 mins read).
Adding a checklist for articles in my GitLab Merge Requests.
Recommended read: GitLab `reset --hard bad1dea`: Biz U-turns, unbans office political chat, will vet customers https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/10/17/gitlab_reverse_ferret/
I've just seen in my GitLab repo's issues that I've had an issue raised about my CI/CD configuration (https://gitlab.com/jamietanna/jvt.me/issues/664).
This seems like a great solution to try and find common issues in pipelines.
Recommended read: cd-linter https://bitbucket.org/sealuzh/cd-linter/
How to pull the Git refs that GitLab Environments exposes in your GitLab repo.
How to pull the Git refs for Merge Requests to your GitLab repo.
My editorial workflow for blog posts (8 mins read).
Taking you through the journey I go on when writing blog posts, from ideation to publishing the post.
How to dynamically serve a branch on a subdomain for GitLab Review Apps using Caddy Labels.
2017 in Review (68 mins read).
A look back over the awesome (and not so awesome) things that happened in 2017, and a look forward to what 2018 holds.
GitLab Review Apps with Capistrano and Nginx (4 mins read).
Spinning up a version of your application on every push, so others don't have to manually get the code up and running locally.
Building Chef Cookbooks with GitLab (Part 1) (12 mins read).
An introduction to how to build a cookbook using GitLab's Continuous Integration platform in conjunction with
Why You Should Use GitLab.com (13 mins read).
A discussion about the reasons that I would greatly recommend the GitLab.com platform for all your Git hosting, opposed to its competitors.
How to get up and running with using GitLab CI and the Capistrano deploy tool.