So searching for “Plumber Costume” revealed this. Al that “Select” stuff – That’s SQL – or the query language used to look up things from Databases. This isn’t great because I can deduce some of the storage architecture – but it doesn’t seem to be pasting the term Plumber Costume into the SQL that’s executed.
Who needs to log stuff anyway…I wonder what that other process is?
In the last post about making the magic work I discussed how to get continuous integration working with the selfietorium project, and getting it building and deploying a deb file. This time I’m talking about measuring code quality through SonarQube and Codacy. At (real) work, we’re planning on using SonarQube to measure code statistics – its a
It has been bought to my attention that the initial version of this post incorrectly identified the titanium bunker department responsible for the development of the version 1 selfietorium enclosure as titanium shed. This was obviously incorrect, as titanium shed was the original project code for the department now known as titanium workshop. Accordingly the
Titaniumshed has now produced an initial version of the selfietorium enclosure.
I’ve been focusing my efforts on the selfietorium lately and in particular how to combine all the various support systems with GitHub, where the source is stored. This blog post details making the magic work: to get Continuous Integration, build, package and release uploads working. Continuous Integration is the foundation from which the other support services will
I know it’s sad times for staples UK – I spent many a happy time in staples, refreshing my manilla folders for my family research – but I can’t help it’s a little early for it all to start to fall apart. My office chair – actually bought from Staples only a few years ago
Thanks to Stuart Baldwin for pointing this one out : searching for anything on fightingknives.info for anything breaks the site, returning the message : A potentially dangerous Request.Path value was detected from the client (&). Looking at the favicon it appears to be a DotNet Nuke site – wow… that’s old – so old that I think this
My self and the good lady wife are currently holidaying on there island of Madeira, and we’re having a great time. While out for an evening stroll we spotted these wonderful balancing stones – which I photographed this morning. And it got me thinking about application architecture.Take this pile of stones. At first glance it