Things I Learned While Replacing a GitHub App with GitHub Actions Workflows

Say goodbye to tedious, time-consuming processes by using GitHub Actions! In this post, you’ll discover the valuable lessons learned while replacing a GitHub app with workflows. You will find the transition process explained in detail with tips and tricks to improve efficiency and streamline your workflow. Learn from the real-world experience shared in this post, and take advantage of the power of GitHub Actions to simplify your development process and save valuable time.

Stop and (Help) Fix It

A little over two years ago, I stumbled over a blog post that I resonated quite well with. It’s called Go see. Stop and fix it., and it’s by Leon Tranter, a certified Professional Scrum Master from Sydney, blogging about all things Agile. The blog post covers two concepts of Lean Software Development, which is […]

Making the Best of Config

Over the last half year, I have been looking into several of project repositories on GitHub, and I came across quite a few different ways of configuring (and using) various tools and services. In this post, I would like to share some simple, yet effective suggestions that, in my opinion, make for a much easier […]

ABC – The Look of Love (in Code)

No, sorry, this is not about the song. But well, while you’re all here, why not start it in the background, and continue reading…? 😅 CONFLICT (some-branch): Merge conflict in some/ Over and over again, I encountered merge conflicts due to several people adding stuff to some kind of list by simply appending whatever they […]