Monday, March 26, 2018 - 15:28
Just before the start of the weekend I planned to work on Known CMS and Circle CI but things turned out slightly differently or I should say a lot. I ended up setting up a Hugo website and used Netlify to continuously deploy it on https://hugo.ravi.pro which is thew new subdomain that I setup.
What is Hugo?
It is framework for building website using text files. Similar to Jekyll but the interesting thing is that it is written in Go and that is what intrigued me to explore it further. I made a posted the video on my youtube channel where I shared about Go language and my intention to learn it. In the past few weeks I was quite busy with other work and I couldn't think of a project where I can use Go and Hugo was the perfect project to learn Go.
Funny thing is that setting up a site in…
Friday, March 23, 2018 - 18:54
There was a phase in my life when I used to do some side projects quite regularly. It really gave me satisfaction to build something. When I was kid I used to learn how to solder and make small electrical projects. When I bought my first computer those electrical projects turned into digital projects and I still miss playing with resistors, transistors and capacitors but you can't do everything at the same time in life. May be I will go back to electronics later in my life but till then I have to expand my knowledge in digital space.
This week I have 2 projects in mind. Little ambitious but possible certainly. I want to try Known CMS which follows IndieWeb principles and hopefully inline with my POSSE plan. Most likely I will setup a subdomain on ravisagar.in or ravi.pro but not sure…
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - 21:36
I am doing a webinar where I will be showcasing how to use Atlassian tools for ALM lifecyle and implementing DevOps pipeline. There are still spots left to sign up but it is filling up soon. If you are always wondered how the full ALM works with Atlassian tools but always wondered how, this is the opportunity to learn.
Please click on the link below to sign up for this free webinar.
Earlier today I went to the #DevOps Summit and it had some amazing talks. I did a live tweeting from the event. If you missed it please check the details of the event here.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - 14:22
I am currently at the DevOps summit.
I created a moment on twitter. Please take a look at it here.
DevOps Summit - 21st March 2018
I am still here till evening. Come and say hi!
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 07:23
I will be going to the DevOps Summit happening on 21st March in London.
Register here: http://events.computing.co.uk/devops/
Take a look at the list of speakers: http://events.computing.co.uk/devops/speakers
I am quite excited to go there. If you are coming too then give me a shout.
Sunday, March 18, 2018 - 17:04
In this video I want to talk about the most common mistakes made by new Jira Administrators and the strategy that you should adopt to get around them. Please take a look at this video if you want to start your Jira learning journey.
If you like this video then do leave a comment.
Sunday, March 18, 2018 - 17:01
In this video I want to talk about how to get started with Jira and how to evaluate it. This is one of the most asked questions from people who want to know and compare Jira with other tools that they want to evaluate in their company.
Saturday, March 17, 2018 - 21:06
Do you want to move to DevOps and wondering what languages you should learn? Is Shell scripting the most important language or Python?
5 important languages for dev ops from Ravi Sagar
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Saturday, March 17, 2018 - 10:16
Weather is strange. It snowed a lot in the first week of March in fact more than the snow in Dec. Yesterday temperature was 12 degree, sunny and warm. Today the temperature dropped to -2 degrees here in Burnham and it is also snowing, not that much though.
I am not doing very good heath wise, have this cold since last week and it is annoying me.
Long weekend is coming next week and I need to plan something for that.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018 - 18:23
I recently came to know about Flutter.io which is an open source mobile development SDK from building mobile apps. Interesting thing to note here is that as per the Flutter.io page they say it can let you create native apps for both Android and iOS which is really interesting.
Few years ago I personally learned building mobile apps natively on Android and iOS. I created apps using Java and Swift and it was amazing experience. I felt really good when I also published those apps on both play store and app store.
I wanted to create more apps but honestly I never got a chance to do that again (or no one actually paid me ;)). I do have some ideas to develop more apps, not really to make a product out of it but mostly to solve some of my problems and make my life easier. I am trying to follow #…