The Spotify team shares their challenges and experiences with localizing Spotify for right-to-left languages like Arabic and Hebrew.
In this episode of The Important Thing , Michael Lopp and Lyle Troxell talk about process, how it can go bad, and how to make it…
In this two-part article, Pete Hodgson writes about the advantages of having a single script as the entry point for all development-related…
This handy little website lists information on a bunch of standard paper sizes from all around the world, including a comparison view.
How to set up automatic renewal of your free TLS certificate from Let’s Encrypt for your GitLab Pages-hosted site.
How to use ant-junit to merge multiple JUnit XML report files into one XML file from a Gradle build script written in Kotlin DSL.
How to enable HTTPS for secure connections to your Jekyll blog hosted on GitLab Pages with a custom domain, using a free TLS certificate from Let’s Encrypt.
In my previous post, I outlined what needed to be done to get the blog started. I’m sure you’re waiting to read what I ended up using for the various bits and pieces.
I have been flirting with the idea of creating my own blog several times over the past few years. But every time, one thing or another kept me from actually following through.