I’ve deployed the blog app we were writing during the course. It’s coded in python with micro-framework bottle and mongodb as a storage. Fantastic stack of technology.
I had a problem to configure an h2 mem instace in mysql mode for our unit and semi-integrational tests. I’ve expirienced “no *public* schema” exception. And found simple solution for that on stackoverflow.com
To remember: The schema name in the init script should be quoted or the one you pass to Flyway put in uppercase.
Kuba korzysta z super fajnych aliasów w gicie :) polecam
[color] ui = auto [color "branch"] current = yellow reverse local = yellow remote = green [color "diff"] meta = yellow bold frag = magenta bold old = red bold new = green bold [color "status"] added = yellow changed = green untracked = cyan [alias] drzewokurwa = log --pretty=format:'%Cred%h%Creset %C(bold blue)<%an>%Creset%C(yellow)%d%Creset %Cgreen(%cr)%Creset%n%w(80,8,8)%s' --graph duzedrzewokurwa = log --pretty=format:'%Cred%h%Creset %C(bold blue)<%an>%Creset%C(yellow)%d%Creset %Cgreen(%cr)%Creset%n%w(80,8,8)%s%n' --graph --name-status komitykurwa = log --pretty=format:'%C(yellow)%h %Cred%ad %Cblue%an%Cgreen%d %Creset%s' --date=iso ktotokurwa = "!sh -c 'git log -i -1 --pretty=\"format::%an <%ae>\n\" --author=\"$1\"' -" cotokurwa = show -s --pretty='tformat::%h (%s, %ad)' --date=short cotamkurwa = !sh -c 'git fetch' && git log --oneline HEAD..origin/$1 cotammistrzukurwa = !sh -c 'git fetch' && git log --oneline HEAD..origin/master ktotamkurwa = !sh -c 'git shortlog HEAD..origin/$0' ktotammistrzukurwa = !sh -c 'git shortlog HEAD..origin/master' tagikurwa = show-ref --tags pchajtagikurwa = push --tags tagujzdatakurwa = !sh -c 'git tag "$0"_$(date "+%y-%m-%d_%H-%M-%S")' pojebalosiekurwa = reset --hard kurwa = status cokurwa = status cojestkurwa = diff howcanikurwa = help nabokkurwa = stash zbokukurwa = stash apply sprzatajkurwa = clean sprzatajwszystkokurwa = !sh -c 'git clean -x' && git reset --hard [apply] whitespace = nowarn
I might have forget to mention that my job is AWESOME. I work here since 3 months now and I still feel this amazing atmosphere. Dudes around are passionate. We communicate and the jargon is known for us (mvn, js, deploy, push, unit test, bump, node). I felt in love with python, mongo, bottle micro-framework and bash
I really don’t plan my future. I am ambitious, but I make use of occasions. I fell lucky. I play with a good tools! There are guys around feeling same. I wish I could follow my Allegro mates all the time. It is awesome to be a part of a team with that stack of technology and good patterns to follow. (let’s stop with that honey for a while)
Today a friend of mine Jakub Kubryński (you may find him also here) organized internal course for allegro/payu java developers about “how to drive presentation and keep focus of audience”. I don’t know why but I gave it a chance and went there with a curiosity… and went out completely satisfied! Kuba has many of courses behind and really knows the clues of good presentation. He kept me interested the whole time. I believe I will use his hints in my first talk. That is just another benefit of being here :)
What will your distro print out after providing below lines seperatly?
MINUTES=`echo “014”`; echo “$(($MINUTES))”
SECONDS=`echo “014”`; echo “$(($SECONDS))”
MILISECONDS=`echo “014”`; echo “$(($MILISECONDS))”
Mine Ubuntu (and my friend’s Debian) behaves really strange.
It seems that SECONDS is special bash keyword.