OBS is a powerful open source video streaming and recording software, available for Linux, macOS and Windows. In this tutorial you'll learn how to set up OBS and use it for streaming and recording live presentations.
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In this comic, we'll discuss why configuration management tools are often complex in nature, and why Ansible is a viable alternative to automate your infrastructure setup.
In this episode of DevOps & Chill, we'll turn the playbooks we've created in previous episodes into Ansible Roles.
A gentle introduction to configuration management for beginners
In the third episode of DevOps&Chill, we'll create an Ansible playbook to automate setting up a LEMP server.
In the second edition of DevOps & Chill, I'm creating an Ansible Playbook to automate the initial steps for setting up an Ubuntu Server.
OpenScad is a free and open source CAD software available for Linux, Windows and Mac. The big deal is that with OpenScad you use code to create solid 3D CAD objects. In this tutorial, we'll see how to create simple molds / stamps using OpenScad.
If you had to choose the most essential Linux commands to troubleshoot servers, those you really can't live without, what would that list look like to you?
When working with Git, we often clone existing projects, since this is part of a typical collaboration workflow. What if we want to bootstrap a whole new project of our own?
It is a common practice to use `git rebase` to squash commits before creating or merging a pull request; nobody needs to see that you fixed 10 typos in 5 separate commits, and keeping that history is of no use. So how does a rebase look like?