Working with a wide variety of customers and technologies often brings interesting challenges and stories that usually end up buried in a support ticket never to see the light of day again. However, after a curious ticket regarding integration of
Throughout my years working with Unix flavoured environments, one of the headaches I’ve had to deal with is cron. Don’t get me wrong, I love cron, it’s a necessity for any operation of such servers, however, there usually comes a
Do I need to Fear My Toaster?
My mobile phone tells me my doorbell is ringing. Sweet. Of course I can hear the doorbell, but that’s not the point is it? Do I need my microwave oven to tell me by text something is cooked? No. Not
How to introduce code obfuscation in your continuous delivery model
As encoding becomes a regular part of your development cycle, you may start to wonder how you can automate the process and make it part of your continuous delivery model. The following article was contributed by Hendrik Prinsloo of Clevva