When installing gradle manually on linux you may experience no default gradle tasks in IntelliJ’s gradle tool window. You can fix this issue while granting write permissions to the gradle installation directory. Write permissions are required when IntelliJ runs gradle test… Continue Reading
I had the pleasure to join the Modernizing Software Architecture panel discussion at Github Satellite 2017. It was interesting to hear and discuss different approaches as well as identifying subjects we have in common. The video of this session is now online.… Continue Reading
Earlier this week I did a presentation at the architecture group meeting of german computer science society in Leipzig about kubernetes service exposure with load balancer and ingress on minikube . Get the slides on github: Minikube – service exposure with loadbalancer and ingress. Slides… Continue Reading
Did you ever experience a full disk on (x)ubuntu? I did recently and wondered and recalled like many others about differences between du and df command. Almost all of these answers did not help me unfortunately. Full disk issue analysis… Continue Reading
HTTPS is enabled for this blog – yippie ki-yay.
Last years october post Akkahttp, Docker and Kubernetes using Minikube blog post describes how to work with Kubernetes on your local machine. This post is about how to run an akkahttp sample project on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) using Kubernetes.… Continue Reading
Building Pipelines with Jenkins using Jenkinsfiles is available mainly since early 2016. Around that time I started working on a blog post about continuous delivery at Zalando Tech tech.zalando.com/blog/ci-pipelines-with-lizzy/ including one task remaining open.
You wanna try out Kubernetes (k8s) locally in your linux? Here is how: This post combines Akkahttp, Docker and Kubernetes on your linux dev machine. You may use this setup for development and debug purposes. What is Akkahttp, Docker and… Continue Reading
Is PyCharm your python IDE? Did you install tensorflow using a virtual environment? If so, this is a way to combine both, your tensorflow code running in a virtual environment used by PyCharm and from command line.
I shared 2 blog posts on zalando tech blog about Zalando Github Enterprise backup. In a nutshell those postings are about: