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Remember Me, Subversion

Every three months, my workplace’s network domain will prompt to change our password. And this tri-monthly exercise would affect all the other intranet sites and systems, namely Subversion (SVN). Now, this is not a major problem because the organisation uses single sign-on via LDAP or Active Directory i.e. you can access the other intanet sites or systems with the same User ID and password. But recently, I noticed SVN doesn’t remember me, even when I clicked on the “Save authentication”…

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Automate It!

Image Credit – Eugen Stoll (Creative Commons License – CC BY-NC 2.0) Machines are wonderful. They help us to be productive by doing the things we don’t want to do or can’t do, whilst we can focus on other important things. Yes, I am LAZY! I write scripts or let services, like IFTTT (If-This-Then-That), to do things for me. This is how I automate some of my daily routines. 1. Script to update source code from repository, build and deploy…

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