This is the approach I took for my new developer portfolio page where I wanted to see changes being put on the “test” site while I am doing my development.
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This post is able how I had integrated Travis-CI.org, SonarQube.com and GitHub so it will process pull requests and put them as part of the GitHub commit.
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Though WordPress comes with a few backup plugins in which I had varying degrees of success, I decided it was better to just do it using some git and mysqldump to do my backups because it is more well controlled and easier to deal with as there is no UI involved. This blog post details the backup strategy for www.trajano.net.
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Since code.google.com is going away soon much like the rest of the Google Graveyard there may be some projects trying to vie for a new place to call home.
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Since I’ve been having so much trouble with the Maven site deploy on multi-module projects with GitHub Pages, I decided I should try to build my own so I can get away from crappy service of 000webhost. After all how hard can it be right? Well first I need to design the thing.
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