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World's Smallest IaaS, Part 3: the PaaS

a.k.a. The World’s Smallest PaaS

In this blog post, we describe deploying Cloud Foundry/Elastic Runtime to our VMware/vCenter setup (i.e. the world’s smallest IaaS) in order to create the World’s Smallest PaaS (Platform as a Service).

[2014-10-18 this blog post

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From handshake to trust fall: Patterns of high-performing agile teams

Waterfall, agile, XP, lean – these are all processes and methodologies. But it’s still a team of humans building the software. And how the team works together is crucial; we’ve all been on projects where more time was spent on …

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World's Smallest IaaS, Part 2

In this blog post, we describe the procedure to deploy Pivotal CF Operations Manager (a web-based tool for deploying Cloud Foundry) and BOSH (a VM that creates other VMs) to a VMware vCenter.

[2014-10-18 this blog post has been updated

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Strolling down the Happy Path

A highly-functioning software team has parallel development and design cycles. Developers and PMs work on building the software, while PMs and designers work together to ensure that the software will meet the user needs. But as a designer, how do …

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Setting up a FreeBSD Server on Hetzner, Part 5: PHP, SSI, SSL, Redirects

In this blog post we describe the procedure to configure nginx on a FreeBSD VM to use PHP, SSI (Server Side Includes), SSL, and redirects.

We will configure the following server blocks:

nono.com nono.com (SSL) www.nono.com (301 permanent redirect to…

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World's Smallest IaaS, Part 1

In this blog post, we describe the procedure to deploy VMware ESXi and VMware vCenter on an Apple Mac Mini running VMware Fusion.

This 64GiB Mac Pro is the World’s Smallest Installation of Cloud Foundry. The Bottle of Pellegrino is …

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Feature Flagging: A PMs Best Friend

There are often times when you’re building a feature, and have broken it into smaller user stories. But this new feature won’t be completed for a month, and you’re releasing into production every week. You can’t break the continuous integration …

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Epic Sharding

Epic Sharding

Anyone familiar with agile has heard of the concept of user stories. According to every agile diagram, all you need to build software is user stories!

Except software development doesn’t quite work that way.

tl;dr: If your story

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Setting up a FreeBSD Server on Hetzner, Part 4: nginx

In this blog post we describe the procedure to install nginx on a FreeBSD VM.

Install nginx

Let’s ssh into the machine and install nginx:

ssh -A cunnie@shay.nono.com sudo pkg_add -r nginx

Like homebrew, FreeBSD typically installs optional applications under …

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In Defense of CodeBabes

Nope. Got nothing.

Go read these two instead.…

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