„Forward, don’t look back!“ is a great way to come along with urgent activities. But actually looking back is the more sophisticated way to get sustained and don’t make errors twice. This page is dedicated to things I want to remember when starting new projects or even to improve existing projects.
When working with branches, sometimes it’s really annoying to create Jenkins-jobs manually, because whenever a new branch was created by dev-teams, the devops-team is asked to create the corresponding Jenkins-job as soon as possible to enable a a working ci-infrastructure. So why don’t use Jenkins itself to look for new branches? In this post, I […]
A great point for writing software is „write once, run everywhere“. But this is just half of the truth. As we all know, every environment has specific properties that influence the behaviour of our application. This might result in some small adaptations of the memory-options when running a simple desktop-app or in modifications of database-connector-pool- […]