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Adventures in CI/CD [#5]: Deploying A Microservice To The Oracle Cloud With GitHub Actions [Gradle Plugin Edition]

We’ve made it to post number five in this series, and I have to say that I’m having more fun than I should be allowed to have playing around with CI/CD...


Adventures in CI/CD [#4]: Deploying A Microservice To The Oracle Cloud With GitHub Actions [OCI CLI Edition]

Welcome back to this fun series where we dive deep into the always exciting world of CI/CD. We’ve made it to step 4 in this series which is where we finally...


Adventures in CI/CD [#3]: Running Tests & Publishing Test Reports

Thanks for joining me back in this series about CI/CD with GitHub Actions where we’re learning how to build, test, publish and deploy our microservices...


Adventures in CI/CD [#2]: Building & Publishing A JAR

Welcome back to this journey down the path to CI/CD enlightenment. In our last post, we created a Java microservice application, added our source code...


Adventures In CI/CD [#1]: Intro & Getting Started With GitHub Actions

One of the topics that I have been meaning to spend some time and attention this year is CI/CD. It’s a topic that many developers are often interested...


Adventures in CI/CD [#7]: Testing The Persistence Tier With Testcontainers

Great to have you back for another existing episode in our saga about the joys of cloud deployments with CI/CD. So far, here’s what we’ve gone over: ...


Fighting Diabetes With Technology - How I Built An App To Count Carbs And Calculate Insulin Doses

I'd like to tell you a story about my daughter Ava. She’s a typical 13-year-old girl for the most part – she’s smart, very mature and organized - involved...


Easy Messaging With Micronaut's Kafka Support And Oracle Streaming Service

Last month I wrote about an upcoming feature enhancement to make it very easy to use the Kafka SDKs to produce and consume messages from Oracle Streaming...


Stand Up A Free Blog In 15 Minutes With Ghost In The Oracle Cloud

Back in September we announced a new "always free" tier for Oracle Cloud that gives developers and students a completely free way to try out the ...


Blast Off To The Cloud: Free Team Chat With Rocket.Chat In The Oracle Cloud

Just about every single company these days uses some sort of chat application for team-based communications. And it's not just our workplaces. Conferences...