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Mrinal Mukherjee
DevOps enthusiast, hiker, lover of craft beer and all things wonderful!
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Pablo May 15
I just left the bus 3516 (Route 1) that arrived in Island Bay at 4:30pm. My wife happened to be riding her bike home at the same time and I witnessed first-hand the bus driver overtaking her with centimeters to spare and she screaming scared on her bike,
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Flavia F. Machado May 15
Hey this was me... can you talk to it we need to train this drivers specially the double deckers ones it was unnecessary and dangerous. I saw that bus returning as not in service, everyone here want to get home safely
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Mrinal Mukherjee May 15
Replying to @diduknow
Yes, indeed. For all the wrong reasons as usual :(
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Mrinal Mukherjee May 14
Our fearless leader!
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I Am Devloper May 6
Running `cd` without immediately running `ls` is like ordering a Big Mac without fries. I've not seen it done before.
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Mrinal Mukherjee Apr 30
Putting a debugger on production is probably someone's solution to a problem. I would ask the question - what's the problem? And is there a better way to resolve it?
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Mrinal Mukherjee Apr 30
Replying to @wycats @mexisme
Built a UI using visual basic to spit out log excerpts based on a search keyword.
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Mrinal Mukherjee Apr 26
Replying to @mattray
They cant be as big as these!
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Mrinal Mukherjee Apr 16
..and I see my name in this list. Yay! See you in Australia in October!
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Mrinal Mukherjee Apr 14
True that. It definitely is preferable. Do you experience situations where security constraints mandate the use of a non-production and production instances of Jenkins? Any best practices around that? I'll take the liberty to loop in our friends to this.
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Mrinal Mukherjee Apr 14
Many organisations tend to have separate non-production and production instances of a deployment orchestrator () to manage non-production and production deployments respectively. This, as opposed to a single instance which handles both use-cases. Thoughts?
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Mrinal Mukherjee Apr 3
Replying to @diduknow
I understand*
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Mrinal Mukherjee Apr 3
Replying to @diduknow
I'm understand how you were able to get out of this fix. But the original situation puzzles me. The embedded home directory wasn't a soft link to the original one, but behaved like one.
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Mrinal Mukherjee Apr 2
Replying to @diduknow
..so, did you manage to fix this? How did you end up in this wonderful state?
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Mrinal Mukherjee Mar 29
Replying to @diduknow
This is fantastic!
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Mrinal Mukherjee Mar 29
Replying to @Warlock_AI
Yay!!
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Mrinal Mukherjee Mar 28
Replying to @han_dall @allengeer
Uhmm..what's going on? What did I miss?
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Mrinal Mukherjee Mar 28
Started reading the 'flood of fire' yesterday and just can't focus at my work-place today. Why do you write these amazing pager-turners ? ..and oh, your work is amazing!
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Mrinal Mukherjee Mar 26
Replying to @han_dall
That's a nice picture!
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Mrinal Mukherjee Mar 25
Replying to @builddoctor
Dev-oops?
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