Here's one that took me a surprising amount of digging to find an answer deep in a lone comment in a thread.
You're running your chrome/chromedriver-driven test suite and start getting mysterious errors, which might be related to problems that were previously solved by setting particular options. After some . . .
Sometimes after rebasing and force pushing, github will show commits in a different order from what you expect.
git rebase -i master --exec 'git commit --amend --date="$(date -R)"' git push --force origin my-branch
If I remember correctly, some solutions to this problem . . .
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- Objects on Rails https://shiprise.dpdcart.com/
- Working With UNIX Processes https://www.jstorimer.com/pages/books
- Working With Ruby Threads https://www.jstorimer.com/pages/books
- Don’t Make Me Think http://sensible.com/dmmt.html . . .
git clone --mirror old-remote-url cd repo.git git push --mirror new-remote-url
Measure the time taken to perform each type of job
I put this in my lib directory:
class SidekiqMetrics def call(worker, msg, queue) librato_queue = Librato::Metrics:: . . .
How to make a git branch be based off of a different branch from what it was originally branched off from
An easy thing to do covered confusingly in 2-dozen other blog posts around the web. But not here my friend.
git checkout branch-you-are-working-on git rebase --onto branch-you-want-it-based-on branch-it-is-based-on
I was curious what would be the difference in performance between Postgres and Redis for basic read operations. Redis is highly optimized for writing and reading specific types of data structures, where Postgres, with its ACID guarantees and general-purpose features, can't compete. But for the most basic read operations, where Postgres . . .