Tag Archives: Git

The worst thing: the laugh of the boolean

A refactor drama

This is a Christmas story about a refactor drama.
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Alright it’s Friday, 22nd of December. Yes, Christmas is in three days.
🎶 Christmas 🎶

For this occasion I’m gonna tell you what’s the worst thing that can happen to a programmer on this kind of day. What I’m going to describe here, is really the worst thing! And it happened to me on this day. Prepare your tissues and be ready to cry with me. Oh, the destiny. (You’d better read this by the fireplace by the way, with a mug of hot chocolate topped with whipped cream) So much for a cheerful Christmas story, right. Come on, read on. It gets better.

To let you picture the environment where my despair took place, here is how the office looked like today:

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My git settings

A good practice to use git in command line

I wish I could port my git settings from one computer to another. But how ? If only there was a guide I could follow for that. So I’ve decided to document it here so my future self can check it anytime.

Here are the settings I use for git.
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Posted in Technical, Tools & System


Moonrise deploy, the dev’s ticket to freedom

How we deploy in production

Friday 9:00 pm, I’m the last one to leave work. I had to finish coding a block for the next day that became priority 1 at 5 pm. Burnt. To add to the sudden panic/weird aura, friday was the day we decided to start a new tradition of drinking and chatting after work at 5pm, right in the open space. So after 2 beers, crackers and a tomato, I went back coding. It was already almost done, but I still needed to test it. Then everybody went home but me.

On my way to leave the office, I suddenly looked at the deserted place differently and noticed the tv we had installed just for us. It was beautiful.

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