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Tuesday, February 23, 2021
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GitFlow: Branching strategy for Git

  Today, I am publishing from a very old document (I created and published in 2017) on Branching strategy for Git (can be applied on other as well). This branching model is also known as GitFlow and is very powerful for scalability needs.   1       Source Code Con... [More]

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Tuesday, February 16, 2021
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Pi-Hole: The sentry at your doorstep

So, won't you like to have sentry at your doorstep to shoo away the bad elements or the unwanted guests? Definitely yes. This is equally important for your digital doorway as well. This is even more relevant as you have started working from home. Everyone at home are now working online and a whole lot of browsing and a whole lot of extra traffic. I know you are putting so many plugins to the browser to keep yourself safe. Imagine you be able to filter out lots of traffic that are not only unsafe but also eats into your traffic flow. And something that sits next to your router and keeps this traffic filtered for all devices in your home network. I see this more important when I browse from my mobile. The desktop browser has lots of plugins to keep it better, but I see far more additional content in the shape of advertisements.... [More]

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Saturday, February 9, 2019
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Microservices - Panacea or just another pattern?

Microservices is the keyword these days. And it is solving many problems, helping applications become agile and the support team getting better sleep. But, as it is catching the fire, it also raised eyebrows - is it necessary to have microservices in my application?The other day, I faced this questi... [More]

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Thursday, November 16, 2017
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Why Shift Left? And how much?

The new mantra in town - "Shift Left". So we wish to shift everything to left (except in the case of right-to-left, we shall do it otherwise). This is called the mantra of DevOps.Left of what? The delivery pipeline. The great thing that we often call CI/CD in the vocabulary of DevOps.The primary con... [More]

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Tuesday, February 23, 2016
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Breezing Devops on Bluemix

Bluemix is designed and build ground up taking care of Devops (the way to go for today's development). It has very minimal task for the developer. As a developer, I remember the pain of going to a continuous integration system 10 years ago. It took so much of effort to convince the operations and in... [More]

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Monday, February 8, 2016
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Bluemix: The killer Blue!

IBM is bit new into the Cloud Based PaaS market, but came loaded with arsenals to make the competition blue! No wonder that market statistics is showing people moving from AWS and Azure to BlueMix.The base reason could be the simplicity and presentation. Let us look at few features I found to be so ... [More]

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Sunday, October 25, 2015
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New Look, Responsive, Bootstrap et al

This has been in my mind for long time - why can't I find a theme for my blog platform DotNetBlogEngine that is based on a responsive web design framework? After some serious search, I still failed to get one. So, I finally planned to take it up for myself. But was not getting enough time. Last week... [More]

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014
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Pi of Life: setting up a DLNA Server

Sorry for the late reporting!After setting up the Pi and setting up the NAS on it, the next step was to look for additional usage. One on high rank of need was to move the media in such a way that I can stream it to anywhere.I was actually already using a shared iTunes Library when I was using the H... [More]

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Monday, September 8, 2014
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Pi of Life: Setting up the NAS

So my first goal as in my Raspberry Pi plan (http://www.geekays.net/post/Pi-of-Life-Setting-it-up.aspx) was to check if a NAS on the Raspberry Pi is effective or not. I am sure it cannot be as sturdy and performing as that of a standard NAS box - as they pack a board specifically for that purpose wi... [More]

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Friday, August 8, 2014
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SharePoint App on SP2010

Almost everyone is waiting for SharePoint Apps that will be a reality with SP2013.However we started on SharePoint app on SP2010 itself. Hold on! Its not exactly what App will be on SP2013 but presents the same concept and that can be implemented on SP2010.The core pieces-HTML (prefer some SPA frame... [More]