We use Gitlab at work and I've recently been working on improving our deployments. We have several old monolithic applications which are a challenge to deploy for QA especially as we are getting into the habit of using feature branches to manage our code.
We have been migrating a lot of scheduled tasks from an old ColdFusion server to Lucee. A coworker recently asked me for help because they noticed that one particular task which used CFFTP was failing. Apparently Lucee doesn't natively support the 'secure' attribute of CFFTP.
Lately I've been in the mood for a change in my keyboard situation. When I first started coding I had one of the original mechanical keyboards from one of my family's first computer, an old Leading Edge. At some point I switched to the original Microsoft Natural keyboard ...
I like Clipboard utilities. If you've seen any of my Toolbox talks this is always the tool I get the most feedback about. People always tell me how much more productive they became when they started using a clipboard manager.
You might also want to check out Yeoman. Once it is installed you
install the generator with npm install -g generator-webapp
Then in your new folder just type yo webapp and it sets all that
stuff up for you.
From there ...
Using Git Bash on Windows I'm always prompted for my SSH password when I interact with Github. I don't get this on Ubuntu as it manages my password for me in it's keyring (I assume Mac has something similar).
cf.Objective() bills itself as "The World's Only Enterprise ColdFusion Conference" but much like NCDevCon they have expanded beyond ColdFusion and cover a wide range of topics. Checkout the sessions and you'll see things like AngularJS ...
Recently had an odd issue with Internet Explorer. I had some code doing a lot or showing and hiding using jQuery. Code worked fine on Firefox and Chrome and worked fine on my Internet Explorer (version 9).