A powerful, vibrant and eclectic debut album from a young Immanuel Wilkins.
I like to build and break things. Currently, Site Reliability Engineer at Talkdesk, formerly Claranet. I have an interest in building tools. I’m currently focused on building platforms and tooling that improve developer’s lives and productivity. I also enjoy automating stuff and optimizing infrastructure. These days I write Python, Go and Kotlin.
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In this essay I go through a few steps that describe how to implement a read-only private Terraform registry, serving custom providers privately to be used with Terraform, using Python and Flask.
A Git sub-command and a Git alias I use on a daily basis to help me keep sane and organize local copies of Git repositories.
Great software engineers are difficult to characterize. All of us want to - most likely - be one, few of us get to a stage where our peers recognize us as such. In order to be able to be a great software engineer, we need to understand what is a great software engineer. In order to understand what great software engineers are, we need to understand what characterizes them.
Celebrating the release of pytest 6.2.0 which includes my first core contribution to pytest: improving pytest’s –collect-only output.
A small account of contributing with improvements to pytest’s ‘collect-only’ functionality. I have made a few changes in the way pytest processes the results of test collection, when using ‘collect-only’, based on feedback from an issue that was reported to pytest.
A small recap of what I’ve been up to during Hacktoberfest 2020 so far.
“It is good to have an end to journey towards, but it is the journey that matters in the end.”
An upbeat soulful album from the master Bill Withers.
A deeper analysis of Github’s advice for modifying commit author information on a repository.