In this post I continue detailing the automation of hexo.io by generating screenshots of the generated site. This is primarily useful when it is run in the continuous integration process so I can quickly check on content submissions.
I just switched to using hexo.io for my personal blog. But something was bugging me. A static site taking six to eight seconds to load? Must fix.
Now, this is the story all about how
My life got flipped-turned upside down
And I’d like to take a minute, just sit right there
I’ll tell you how I became a coder in the world of software
Working behind a proxy can be annoying at times but it’s not difficult to work with, most of the time that is. This is mostly here for my own reference in the future and you get the added benefit.
I am a great fan of Octopus Deploy. In the interest of improving it in any way I can I released a beta version of OctoPygmy, a Chrome extension for Octopus Deploy.
I really value the IoC libraries out there and the features each one provides. I use one in nearly all the applications I write. Along with IoC libraries there has been the occasional discussion on abstracting it away from the application. I’m not a fan of this idea.
My mind still thinks procedurally.
I like TDD, I really do. I’m just doing it wrong. TDD is about DRIVING the design. But many people (and evidently myself) just do it in a ‘Test First’ way. That really doesn’t give you much of an advantage other than a higher code coverage.