2018 has been an eventful year for me personally. Started blogging regularly, left my development job of 4 years, relocated, started a role at Accenture, AND passed 4 AWS certifications. As I sit here now on Dec. 26th looking forward to sitting for the AWS Solutions Architect Professional (hopefully) by the end of Feb., then heading to Japan for 2 weeks in early March. Busy year has been busy.
Enough of that, here’s the top 5 articles from my blog based on popularity:
What's the difference: Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, and Continuous Deployment.
DevOps has a bunch of new goals, practices, and terms. Many of which are mixed up, misused, or just plain wrongly…
I really dislike people misusing names. ‘DevOps’ is one of the most abused…
First impressions of Cypress; one word: amazing.
Found testing automation tool called Cypress for use with end-to-end (acceptance/user) testing. Tagged as `Fast, easy…
A game changer concerning browser testing.
Gatling, a load testing tool with a difference.
Gatling allows the user (developer/operator) to record a series of actions in the browser of choosing. At the tempo of…
Pew, pew, pew. Load tester.
Just how effective is web server caching? Very.
Running a high load website can be used as a test case for the negative effects of stress over long periods of time has…
Caching is very very very important.
Package Release Announcement: Normie
Announcing the immediate beta release of my most recent PHP package: Normie . This package is a thin wrapper for the…
Sadly not as popular a package as I had hoped. Still neat though.
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Originally published at David J Eddy.