I recently had to setup a RabbitMQ cluster from scratch on a brand new Ubuntu 14.04 server. This is easy. Read more
In an earlier post I summarized a series of git commands to work with branches. In this post, I attempt to classify those commands, according to their purpose. My approach in this article is to take a series of common development scenarios using git and see how we can solve them. At the end of the article we will use what we have learnt (and some) to create a couple of useful git aliases.
This is a repost of an old article i had written in 2012 on posterous.com. Posterous shut down
I was recently invited to an interview by a well respected internet company in Bangalore to interview for a web development role. I thought this would be a Read more
Ever wondered if there was a quick guide to working with branches. Sure there’s Git SCM and Git Ref, but it’s not always obvious what that one line of code is that you need, right now!. So here’s my attempt to address the issue. For those familiar with git, but don’t quite know what command to run.
This is a list of git commands for common situations when working with branches. It addresses branch creation, discovery and syncronization. Read more
Normally for this kind of task you would do a `sudo apt-get install redis-server`, but you’ll only get Redis 2.2. The current stable release is 2.8, and that’s not even in Ubuntu 13.04. You can download and make manually, but there’s a simpler way.
Installing sphinx and the PECL extension has confused me a couple of times. The installation is arcane and buggy, so I’ve written down the steps to automate it. I’ve used this on Ubuntu 11.10+ . If you know of how to make this work on CentOS or another Linux, let me know. And now, the script :