Need help streamlining automation or configuration management?
Need to green field or “lift and shift” applications into the cloud?
If you are trying to do any of these, and running into issues please contact me. I am now open to consulting directly. Fixing even a few small inefficiencies can have a huge impact on the bottom line. Not only that, if the DevOps philosophies are really taken up, its likely that the employee base will also be happier, and proud of their accomplishments as a team.
As far as technologies I support, please take a look at my Technologies page. (Updated often) I am also happy to take on new ones for a project if needed.
Creating an efficient pipeline is what I do; and a fully functional system that is working well can be an amazing thing.
I have made it…. the move is complete! I just wanted to say thank you for everyone that has been waiting on me. I know I have taken a while on a few things, and I am finally in a position to run with everything again. I finally have a decent internet connection [330mbps/330mbps]; so I will also be able to host things at high speed for us now as well.
As far as the installer goes, I hope to be done very soon with it ; I am putting my final touches on it for the Pixel desktop. If I get time I might be able to get Bluetoothworking! However, I have to get caught up first.
For those waiting on hardware, most has been shipped with a few exceptions. I have notified those people. I have a true ‘shop’ area again, and this will allow me to be much more efficient. Meaning shorter wait times/etc…
A component of software configuration management (aka SCM), version control, also known as revision control or source control, is the management of changes to files and source. Changes are usually identified by a number or letter code, termed the “revision number”, “revision level”, or simply “revision”. For example, an initial set of files is “revision 1”. When the first change is made, the resulting set is “revision 2”, and so on. Each revision is associated with a timestamp and the person making the change. Revisions can be compared, restored, and with some types of files, merged.
Revision control can be very confusing to someone new, as you can see there are many ways to say the exact same thing. This can make it difficult to pick up the concepts. There are also many different kinds as you can see here. However, the major one I would hope everyone would be familiar with is GIT, and SVN for the older folks. JJ… 😛
Git, invented by Linus Torvalds as mentioned here is the most prolific and widely used one out currently. I also have a links under my Learning Resources page that are great for learning GIT. Please keep in mind that GIT, and GitHub or two differnt things. One is the software/method, and the other is a service that simply sells said software as a service.