Iteration Zero - Cool Tech

The smart watch’s vibration wakes me up, I don’t bother to open my eyes, and reach the watch and turn its bezel to stop the vibration. Rolling on the bed I bump to my wife, she does not move, I’m happy that I didn’t wake her up.


Authored by Boynux.
Published on 02 August 2017.
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Iteration Zero - Introduction

This is a try to write a fiction based on my years of experience in software development and operations. I tried to picture some of the biggest struggles and fundamental issues in IT based businesses’ daily work. Some of these core problems are common more or less in every organization that I worked.


Authored by Boynux.
Published on 02 August 2017.
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Why multifunctional team is not what you think it is

Often mangers and leaders think of a multifunctional teams as a group of people that each individual is a jack of all trades. But it might not have the best outcome for your organization.
Authored by Boynux.
Published on 08 October 2016.
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Category: Methodologies
Tags: agile , devops

Docker on Jessie

Installing Docker on Debian Jessie with Configurable Docker Options
Authored by Boynux.
Published on 30 November 2015.
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Category: Devops
Tags: docker , linux , systemd

Kaizen Enabler

We know all about Kaizen and we know it's a good thing to do. Kaizen is all about continues improvement and who don't want to improve its job? What is difficult is how to enable it.
Authored by Boynux.
Published on 26 May 2015.
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Category: Methodologies
Tags: agile , kaizen , lean

Containers should be Fat or Thin?

There are lots of discussions around the net about containers to be fat or thin. Some say they meant to be thin and oppositions insist that you need to have some other processes too. What's the way to go?
Authored by Boynux.
Published on 25 May 2015.
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Category: Devops
Tags: containers , docker

Ship in Docker, build in Docker

The most important parameter to a successful build and test before deployment is to do it all in a Production-Like environment. Containers are not an exception! Yet with Docker is pretty easy to do so.
Authored by Boynux.
Published on 20 May 2015.
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How to use Logstash forwarder in Docker containers (part II)

A tiny how-to to use Logstash-Forwarder docker image right from Docker HUB. With configuration and basic setup.
Authored by Boynux.
Published on 18 May 2015.
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How to use Rake in build pipeline automation (part II)

Rake is a powerful and easy to use task management written in Ruby. Let's see how we can use Rake in build pipelines. Part II
Authored by Boynux.
Published on 17 May 2015.
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How to use Rake in build pipeline automation.

Rake is a powerful and easy to use task management written in Ruby. Let's see how we can use Rake in build pipelines.
Authored by Boynux.
Published on 16 May 2015.
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