My work in last few years took my away from practical coding towards DevOps. Despite the increased role of IaaC in our DevOps, this often means living in iTerm and AWS console with interaction not being captured in any form. On writing side, lots of my output shifted from code towards writing text in Wiki’s, GoogleDocs and more and more in Slack messages. The code I write are short one-liners or small scripts with very short life span.
Today’s blog of the day is a special one. It does not deal with cloud, DevOps or distributed systems. The theme of the blog is travel, life of digital nomad and observations on life from a perspective of a smart young woman, working as Online English teacher and travelling a lot while doing so - https://bookandtravel.blog/ What makes this blog dear and interesting to me is that it’s author is my daughter Silvia.
Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact.Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.
Lovely November day in Valencia
Parallel building challenges Unlike Github, Gitlab considers Hugo blogs first class citizens and does not impose any restrictions on repo naming. I had 3 challenges to overcome related to co-existence of GH and GL versions: I need to use same repo for both GH and GL the submodule link for public does not work on GL the site root is different - I have no custom domain forward for GitLab Using same repo To separate the GH and GL, I have added 2 remotes to repo and special branch gitlab-pages.