Today, I made the mistake of running gem pristine while helping someone debug an issue. Not only did this not resolve their issue, but now my ruby projects were now also unusable. By re-installing all of my gems it re-compiled Nokogiri which was now, for some reason, not compiling against the system libraries.
Due to using to Github flow quite heavily, I end up with a lot of rogue branches locally that I'm always forgetting to cleanup. The snippet below is a quick one-liner I have aliased to cleanup-branches which saves me some time and keeps me out of branch spaghetti when autocompleting.
I'm currently building an application which makes heavy use of JSONB in PostgreSQL. After a while of searching I was unable to find any solution to people's questions about distinct JSONB keys across an entire table. Here are my findings and I hope it helps someone else.
Today, I was preparing a Docker container for production release and found managing environment variables was a bit of a pain. As a ruby developer it's natural to me to use 12factor methodology for my environment so I wanted to use that with Docker.
I spent a lot my time this weekend looking into a long overdue infrastructure upgrade for all of our hosted GoStatic sites and found some awesome tools a long the way. Something I've wanted to learn for a long while is the lua programming language due to it's small footprint and simplicity.