Let's Encrypt is a free, automated and open Certificate Authority (CA) that provides an easy way to obtain and install free TLS/SSL certificates.Read more about Setup Let's Encrypt to Secure Your Website
If you are anything of a geek, you like to stay up2date about your craft. Nothing better then reading about peoples experiences to improve your own skills and insights. So the easiest way to keep on following someones blog is to add it to your favorite RSS aggregator. Unfortunately, even in 2015, you still find blogs that don't serve an RSS feed of their content.Read more about Creating RSS feeds from web pages with Ruby
Testing infrastructure code often requires running it on multiple operating systems. Learn how to do that using Docker and Semaphore.Read more about Testing Ansible Roles on Multiple Operating Systems with Docker and Semaphore
Ever had your Linux /boot partition fill up? Well, unfortunately I have. Luckily, clearing out some space and preventing it in the future is not that difficult.Read more about Safely clean your /boot partition
How do you prevent your application to deteriorate over time? Or even improve your coding skills? That's a question a lot of developers ask.Read more about Useful Ruby gems to improve your code quality and skills
Testing your Ansible roles with Semaphore is a breeze. It's easy to setup and you can use it in conjunction with Travis CI.Read more about Testing Ansible roles with Semaphore
Using a continuous integration tool like Travis CI for automated testing can help you a great way along. Travis allows me to run tests against my Ansible role with every commit I push to the repository.Read more about Testing Ansible Roles with Travis CI
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