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iTerm & keyboard

make alt-left/right work as cmd-left/right in iTerm Make alt-dot work as cmd-dot in iTerm … cause I remember having searched for this before, with a lot less useful results.

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My take at a CI infrastructure, Pt.3

All right, back again. Much text here. Let’s talk about … Containerizing The Binaries We are done with the build, now we have a binary. I went for something simple: Who knows best how to put this into a container? The dev guy. Cause he knows what he needs, where he needs it, and where […]

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My take at a CI infrastructure, Pt.2

For CI I want the classics – a check in (push) to the repo should be catched by TeamCity, and trigger … a build of the artifact, once running of unit tests containerizing the artifact uploading it to a private Docker registry The question was: How? This post deals with building the code. Building Code […]

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My take at a CI infrastructure, Pt.1

… so far. It might be crappy, but I’ll share it, cause it’s working. (Well, today it started doing this 😉 ). But enough preamble, let’s jump in. The Situation I am in a new project. Those people have nothing but a deadline, and when I say nothing I mean it. Not even code. They […]

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Docker registry, S3 and permissions

There are a couple of bazillion blog posts saying “yah just did my docker registry on S3”. It’s not so easy, though. Cause what if you want to limit access to a certain IAM user? Yup, you need to go deep (well, a bit) into the policy thing of Amazon. Which sounds simple, but isn’t. […]

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InsufficientCapabilities on AWS

New project. I can play around as much as I want, as long as on day X I am done. Really frightening, and really cool. Anyway, first operation: Create a bunch of S3 buckets and IAM roles to interface with them. Which is kinda not-so-easy. Beacause when you create IAM capabilities with cloudformation, you get […]