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Jenkins Behind Apache | How to Configure Apache as a Proxy for Jenkins

How to Route Jenkins HTTP Requests Through Apache If Jenkins is part of your toolset, it pays to run it behind Apache. 1. You do not want 2. So change it to The clutch of tools in the domain all share the “behind Apache” middleware pattern. Jenkins at MediaWiki at Subversion at This page

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How to Install Jenkins 2 on Ubuntu 16.04

This is about installing Jenkins 2 on Linux. (the process is similar for Windows installs). Our Jenkins2 Installation Before installing Jenkins2 – glance at our Jenkins2 Continuous Integration Server.   What Jenkins is Made Of Jenkins is a continuous integration server and needs everything a middleware service needs. It’s a JAVA web application so in theory you can drop a

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Wiki vs WordPress – When and How to Use a Wiki

When should you use a wiki? And when is WordPress the better tool for managing content? MediaWiki vs WordPress MediaWiki and WordPress both manage content and that’s where the similarity starts and ends. WordPress – One Post One Owner In WordPress one person writes a post, another may edit and publish it, and even more others can critique it with

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Data Laundering | How To and Tools

Data Laundering vs Data Debt Data you are given, data you produce, data that evolves – it will either already be in debt, or it will slide into debt. Paying Back Data Debt Data debt is like software debt – sooner or later, you’ll pay. Here is a small and simple data laundering backbone that isn’t just a tool, it

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What To Install Where? – 7 Considerations

What Do I Install Where – The 7 Considerations What drives the decision – the answer – to the what goes where question? The What Goes Where Question The set of middleware application services installed on any environment is an application cluster. The question is simple – what goes where? Should you put Subversion and WordPress on the same server.

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Fight Complex Software (And Win) | How to Name Methods | The List of Method Types

The Worst Problems Look Like Solutions Complex software looks like a solution. Problems that are hard to root out often have this trait? And when problems look like solutions, their solutions invariably look like problems. The 7 Biggest Problems that lead to unmanageable software spills the beans. The 7 Biggest Problems Leading to Unmanageable Software Problem 1 » Software developers

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