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Interactive presentations with impress.js + GitHub Pages

January 16, 2012


Next month, I am giving a follow-up of my Continuous Delivery talk to the Montgomery County Java User’s Group.  In preparing for this talk, I decided that challenge myself by using a presentation tool other than PowerPoint.  In fact, I decided to avoid any desktop variant and try some of the next generation web-based presentation […]

Jenkins and GitHub: Integration

December 30, 2011


I’ve been trying to setup a Jenkins build of a private GitHub project recently and found it wasn’t as straight forward as I thought.  GitHub provides a feature called Deploy Keys, which are SSH keys used to authenticate servers to your GitHub repository.  Here’s how I set them up. On your Jenkins server, generate a […]

GitFlow and Continuous Integration

September 14, 2011


I came across an interesting blog post by James Carr discussing his workflow when building Java applications.  In general, I think that the stack and process he mentions is top notch.  I love Gradle, Jenkins, Artifactory and Git/GitHub.  I have been playing with or using in production all of these tools and they are amazing. […]