My Little List of Tools for Prototyping
As a developer I love to prototype to see if an idea works. Thinking big and starting small is actually one of Wehkamp’s principles. And, let’s face it, that’s not easy!
Usually it starts by getting an idea of the core concept that should be validated. Especially when working with teams, communication is key. This list of tools helped me over the years to draw or code out some of these concepts and get a discussion started.
Every tool on this list is free and online.
Setup Jenkins (Blue Ocean) using Docker on Synology NAS
Using Docker on a Synology NAS has become really easy. It’s a bit harder to install Jenkins in a container and let it use the Docker installation it’s part of. But we are living in exciting times: bringing a fully functioning CI/CD-pipeline to your home automation has never been easier!
CI/CD for .Net Core app deployment to Raspberry Pi using Bitbucket
.Net now runs on your Raspberry Pi (awesome!). Tired of xcopying the result to your pi? In this article I’ll explore how to build a CI/CD Bitbucket pipeline that will build and deploy the app to your Raspberry Pi.
Whipping WPExplorer’s Blogger Template into shape
I recently switched to WPExplorer’s Bogger Template, because it is simple and focused on the articles. What’s not to love? But there is still a lot to do to whip this template into shape. To help you out, I’ve created this post.
Increase WordPress performance on IIS
I noticed that the Time To First Byte (TTFB) of my website was taking way too long. First I thought it should be resolved by caching, but I noticed that it couldn’t be the caching, because TTFB kept being pretty high. After some research I found the culprit: IPv6 with the MySQL driver.