I hope you will love this one as much as I do

javierarce:

Sooo, like two months ago I promised myself that, whenever I went outside, I’d bring my beloved 5-year-old GF1 camera with me (“I’m going to take photos all the time”, I said to myself). I can’t show you pictures of the moment I broke my oath because, of course, my beloved 5-year-old GF1 camera stayed at home the whole time, unaware of my betrayal.

A couple of days ago, however, after successfully bringing my photographic device to some places and making click click click several times, I decided to give it another try.

I also created a photo diary, because I like failing bigger every time.

I hope you like it.

GitLab Repository Management (book)

imageI’ve been reading GitLab Repository Management lately [disclaimer: courtesy of packtpub]. It’s a nice book, well organised and easy to follow instructions to setup your environment, plus some basic details for a complete workflow. The book is very nice and well worth it. If I had to choose weak points I would say:

  • More examples. Never enough of these.
  • More on Hooks. I’m a bit biased here, ok. I’ve had some troubles with post-receive hook (somewhere between gitlab 4 and 6 the default post-receive hook was lost in newly created repos, don’t know who to blame here, but I expected the book to acknowledge the fact, at least, when mentioning the post-receive hook).
  • More info on sidekiq. Sorry, any info on background processes, there is none.

As I said, the book is very worth reading. Good work and thanx for sending the book for review!