80/20 Rule, Runbooks, and Procedures The 80/20 Rule boils down to 80% of your issues are caused by 20% of your clients. Or 80% of your work can be automated or at lest "script" out and somewhat automated. If your runbooks and/or procedures catch 80% of your work, aka low hanging fruit, then that leaves … Continue reading Slimming Down Your Workload
I ended up taking two vacations these last two months. Just got back from NOLA and feel bright on life! Though I did crack my ol' Kindle. Bummer but I downloaded the Kindle app to my iPad and got going again. I hope to start making regular posts again.
Mind Read 12 books Finish up to #20 in Project Euler with full CD/CI and code tests in all 9 languages (I’m adding Rust and Obj-C/Swift) Publish at least 2 video games Finish 6 online courses Body Go on at least 1 hike per month, preferably 3 Ride 100 miles on my bike Run 4 … Continue reading 2019 Goals
I think I'm stating to get the hang of this. You can create a Merge Request directly from the Issue page. This creates both a Merge Request AND a new branch. Then you grab that branch, do work ... do work, commit to local, and push up. Don't forget to tag the commit with the … Continue reading GitLab Workflow update 2
So, I found this GitLab post about the difference between git flow, GitHub, and GitLab workflow. So, the gist of the GitLab work flow is this: Create Project Create Issues Create branches for Issues Checkout Issue branch Do work Commit work Push work up to branch Create Merge request Talk about code Code Reviews OK … Continue reading GitLab Workflow update