Introductions and tips for various useful development tools & utilities.
Between your beautiful code change and immortality stands a gatekeeper: git commit hooks. These hooks can be helpful... or annoying. Join Jessica Kerr to learn how to make the former, …
direnv and dotenv: both utilities for managing 12-Factor-style environment-based configuration. Where do they overlap, how do they differ, and, most importantly: how can they complement each other? Find out!
Service-oriented architecture may enable separate teams to work fast independently, but they also push problems into the interstices between systems. Distributed bugs need distributed tracing - learn how, with Jessica …
Need to customize your shell environment for one project, but not for your whole computer? Let's look at a few different ways to do that, including the excellent `direnv` tool!
Binstubs can be a great convenience for project automation, but there are some complications with Rails. Let's clear things up and get your project commands on a solid footing.
Lose the `bundle exec` muscle memory and get back to the good old days... with the help of binstubs!
Pushing to a remote Git host like Github from inside a devcontainer poses some challenges. In this video you'll learn a valuable technique for sharing credentials into a container without …
Part of README-driven-development is prioritizing delivery over getting something working on our own machine. In today's video, Jessica Kerr demonstrates this concept using an NPM example.
We've seen that Docker file mounting can be a bit of a leaky abstraction with regards to file ownership. In this video, we'll apply a pragmatic solution to this problem.