I'm super excited to be able to talk about what I've been working on lately, and that's the update to GitHub Actions that we announced last week. CI/CD capabilities for supporting build and release directly from your GitHub repository.
- GitHub Actions now supports CI/CD, free for public repositories
GitHub Actions debuted last year, providing tools to help automate functionality in your repository. After feedback from the beta program, GitHub has added CI/CD build and release capabilities to the feature and announced that it will be generally available this November.
- A Deep Dive into Git Performance using Trace2
One of the cardinal rules when you're trying to improve software performance is to measure so that you can iterate and improve. An insightful look at measuring Git's performance for large repositories to improve performance for projects like Windows and Microsoft Office.
- Efficient string copying and concatenation in C
When you start manipulating strings in C, you want to make sure that you're doing it as efficiently as possible, if only because if you're going to shoot yourself in the foot, you might as well do it as quickly as possible.
- Stack Overflow: How We Do App Caching - 2019 Edition
Stack Overflow is one of the most important developer tools that exists. As a result, it's also an incredibly popular database-driven website and understanding its architecture can help us architect our own applications.
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