Developing and Deploying with GitHub and CircleCI

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CircleCI has quickly become one of the dominating continuous integration platforms available today, boasting support for Docker, Android, and now iOS through the use of OS X virtual machines. GitHub has been the de facto standard for hosting Git repositories for some time now. While worthy competitors do exist, GitHub‘s ability to innovate around a piece of freely available version control software… Read more »

Running Hubot on AWS Elastic Beanstalk

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When you read about Hubot you read about Heroku. Heroku seems to be the defacto hosting environment for Hubot, so much that even Hubot‘s own documentation makes reference to hosting it on Heroku — mainly because it can be setup in a snap and is free as long as you keep your usage levels on the low side.

A Better Dockerized MySQL

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MySQL still plays a large part in many software stacks and while many IaaS vendors have their own hosted versions (i.e. Amazon RDS), it’s still fairly common to run MySQL in a Docker container, especially in development environments. One common problem that’s encountered with MySQL is initializing it before its use and having your application connect only after initialization is complete…. Read more »

Basic Supervisor Logging with Docker

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Within the Docker community there tends to be two modes of thought with regard to running processes: run multiple supervised processes in a container or only run a single process per container. The former makes it easier to encapsulate applications that may need more than one service (think NGiNX + uWSGI + Memcached + Redis) while the latter… Read more »