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Tools and Processes for Work

For the background on this, please read my first post – Tools and Processes

While my work includes a lot of email, con-calls, proposals and contracts, the relevant tools and processes are covered in the previous post.  Here I’m going to focus on the technical aspects of my work: writing code, […]

By |November 5th, 2013|General|3 Comments

Tools and Processes

I’ve been working with computers since I was a kid.  The longer I’ve been using technology on a day to day basis, the more integral to my daily life it has become.  Laptops, cell phones, tablets, the internet, web applications, the cloud.  I am quite reliant on tech at this point, my […]

By |November 1st, 2013|General|0 Comments

Installing GitLab on RedHat Enterprise 5 RHEL 5

GitLab is a free (they also have a paid enterprise version) and open source software package to make managing a Git server easier.  It provides a nice web admin, detailed user and group permissions, and much more.  I looked at gitolite however I was unable to get it working correctly after […]

By |October 30th, 2013|General|7 Comments

Working from the Beach part 5 Wrap Up

I’ve returned from Mexico after working there for a month.  As you can tell, I didn’t keep up with the blog writing during the second half of my stay, but I wanted to write a bit of a wrap up about my first attempt at working from an exotic locale.  I […]

By |October 28th, 2013|General|0 Comments

Working from the Beach part 4 – One Week In

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Now that I’ve been working from Sayulita for the past week, I wanted to summarize some of the important things I’ve discovered so far:

By |October 1st, 2013|General|0 Comments