My current project is heavily based on Ansible. We use Ansible to deploy into different environments and domains. The configuration has become quite complex. That is why we need to cleanup a server from time to time. Especially when one has to upgrade services on a server and requires to get rid of the old services first. In this post I would like to show you, how we define and run Ansible cleanup tasks in our project.
Wow that’s the best Java tutorial I’ve seen so far!
-You in a few minutes.
Sounds selfish, doesn’t it? Well it has the right to be, it took me 2 hours to write that! Don’t hesitate now and turn on your dev machine.
After this tutorial you have to rethink your Java development process and if you don’t have one yet this is the best place to start.
I will show you the most advanced tools to speed up your Java development environment and collaboration capabilities.
In this tutorial we are going to develop a simple MVC (Model, View, Controller) application ruled by the DRY (Don’t repeat yourself) approach.
The crappy picture below shows what’s going on according to my brain.
In web development there are tons of programs and tools and due to that also complex and very different development strategies.
Luckily dependency handling got a lot easier. For my Laravel project setup we will use 3 different package managers.
Every package manager of course manages a different resource, we will use composer for php packages, npm for everything related to Node.js and Bower for web packages.
I’ve tried many ways to assign permissions for an Active Directory group on a Exchange (2010) mailbox, but it’s simply not possible.
Fortunately nothing’s impossible with PowerShell.
The following script can handle this issue by: