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GitHub – Create a Self-Hosted Runner – Part 2

Introduction This article is part 2 of my series on GitHub self-hosted runners. In part 1 I created a Hyper-V virtual machine, installed Ubuntu Server 20.04, and set up the GitHub runner. I then tested the runner by creating a… Continue Reading →

GitHub – Create a Self-Hosted Runner – Hyper-V plus Ubuntu

Introduction I am currently writing an article January 2022 – Git and GitHub, which documents my 30-day journey to improve my GitHub skills. As part of this journey, I want to learn GitHub self-hosted runners. This article details how I… Continue Reading →

January 2022 – Git and GitHub

Introduction This article is a personal path to review and improve my Git and GitHub skills at the command line and in Visual Studio Enterprise and Visual Studio Code. My plan is to spend an hour every day on GitHub,… Continue Reading →

Laravel – GitHub Integration – Part 1

Introduction This article demonstrates backing up an existing Laravel site to GitHub. The next article demonstrates adding a GitHub WebHook to automatically update a Laravel site when you push updates to GitHub. I have many websites in production status. I… Continue Reading →

Laravel – Displaying a GitHub Gist

Introduction Today (June 14, 2021) I answered a question on Stackoverflow regarding the Google Cloud Recommender API that required Python source code. I also created a GitHub Gist to make downloading the code easier. That got me thinking about how… Continue Reading →

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