This is fourth part of the Bash Bonanza series! In this post we will explore arrays further. Starting from indexed arrays and key-value associative arrays.Read More »
This blog post covers bash functions and how to return variables from them. It only works for variables that contain strings.Read More »
Welcome to the second part of the Bash Bonanza series! We previously looked at the single quotes in bash as being the safe option for strings, as everything inside theRead More »
Bash can be a bit tricky and counter-intuitive at times. With the Bash Bonanza series of blog posts, I aim to provide you with bash tricks that I use onRead More »
Quite often, the task of investigating voodoo wizardry behind asset pipeline issues falls to me - a case in point is this previous blog post where software versioning was theRead More »
Let's talk about software versioning. I spent a large chunk of time debugging a strange issue on behalf of a customer. This customer had a Rails stack with three webRead More »
We at Cloud 66 are very happy to announce support for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS! There is a new Ubuntu LTS version every two years, which receives security upgrades forRead More »
As part of developing for Cloud66, I have a whale of a time writing many a Dockerfile. Today, I thought I'd share some of the more weird or painful issuesRead More »
So, you want to use a CDN to manage your static assets! An excellent idea, as CDNs offer multiple advantages: decreased response time, built-in analytics, and sometimes even DDoS mitigation.Read More »
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