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
I wrote my first webassembly program. A simple Hello World from the webassembly intro.
I just learned that I can voice dictate into my Google docs through my phone ... a brave new world indeed.
I guess most people learn their dev workflow in school and/or the dev shops they work in. Since I'm doing this all on my own, I'll have develop all my own dev workflow (unless any of yous would like to recommend some blogs or whatnot). I envision my workflow like this: Checkout project from GitLab … Continue reading IDE and CI/CD … high expectations
HelloAroundTheWorld is a new project that I'm working on. It's been decades since I've spent any time and effort programming. So, I've decided to learn a bunch of languages AND how to write proper test cases AND maybe how to deploy it to various envs. Here is my list of languages ... yay! PHP Perl … Continue reading HelloAroundTheWorld
I've decided to take my learning a bit more serious and broke up what I want to learn into three rough groups. There is some overlap between them but no biggie. Group A PHP Magento JS CSS UX Group B Perl Python Go C++/CUDA Ruby Group C Blender 3D UE4 I'm going to try to … Continue reading Hitting the books … or ebooks? or just websites where I can pick up tidbits
Moved this blog to WordPress.com and shutting down my other web projects for now. In other news, I got GitLab up and running on HoneyDickII. Created my first projects but having some trouble getting them into Atom. I might have to learn what ever Atom is extended in just so I can have a nice … Continue reading Moved … Change is in the winds