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Last minute talk on automated Perl builds using Hudson tonight

My friend Scott McWhirter, who heads up the Vancouver Perl Monger’s group, asked me yesterday to give a last-minute talk on anything in particular at tonight’s Vancouver.pm meeting. He wasn’t exactly begging, but I know he’s short on speakers this month, and he wanted something interesting to show. So I decided I’d talk about building […]

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How to automate your iPhone app builds with Hudson

As any iPhone application developer who’s released at least a single app to the App Store will tell you, releasing your app is a terrible pain in the…well, it’s not a fun experience.  After your second or third app you start to get the hang of things, but there’s still pain and suffering involved.  Managing […]

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Managing sites with Git and intelligent post-update hooks

I’ve recently begun drinking the koolaid of Git, and damn it’s tasty! The things I can do with git that I couldn’t have done before (or would have been difficult to do) makes me excited about it. In fact, the one feature that I thought was a drawback — the no-one-true-server nature of it — […]

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