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Documentation teams and tech writers are underappreciated. Recently I’ve had the urge to share some docs pride out into the open.
After joining the team formally known as Docs at CircleCI, I learned of an internal team channel called
I thought it was fairly silly and cute.
And so, my “Docs R us” desktop wallpaper is born.
You’ll find the preview in this post but you can download the full resolution 4K/16:9 version (for normal screens) and a 4K/16:10 version (for Macbook-like screens) from the links below.continue reading →
dhcp-lease-list on my Ubuntu router to pull up the list assigned IPs it has given out on my network.
There is a manufacturer column in the output that is empty.
Above the whole table, there’s a message:
“To get manufacturer names please download http://standards.ieee.org/regauth/oui/oui.txt to /usr/local/etc/oui.txt”
The problem is, that URL doesn’t work.continue reading →
Today marks my 7 year anniversary at CircleCI. Those of you who are familiar with startups know what a rarity this is. Over my career many of my colleagues tend to last 2-4 years at a company before moving on. While I’m not planning on leaving just yet, there’s been something on my mind. A project I’ve been wanting to build for years to sum up my experience at CircleCI.
As my 7 year anniversary approached, I figured today would be a great day to kick off this project and serve as a forcing function. Let’s talk about Continuous.Academy.continue reading →
Let’s get straight to the “how” and stick around if you want to know the “why”.
Now here’s some information on why this works and what it does.continue reading →
Unfortunately I am deprecating two projects of mine, both of which have many users. The good news is that I have chosen great alternate solutions for each.continue reading →