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Scott Lundgren

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Everything is an Experiment
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2021
Apr 03, 2021
Apr 03, 2021
Found a bug while working on my own site and fixed it:
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Mar 30, 2021
Mar 30, 2021
Changes the simple minimalist Gatsby starter Flexible Gatsby
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2020
Sep 01, 2020
Sep 01, 2020
Ended my journey as Senior Server Administrator at Payzer!
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Senior Server Administrator, Payzer
2019
Jun 27, 2019
Jun 27, 2019
opened an issue on Ansible role for the New Relic infrastructure agent
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2018
Aug 25, 2018
Aug 25, 2018
Francie finds a forever home
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Jan 12, 2018
Jan 12, 2018
Kraken was an internal deploy script for PHP applications. Benefits: 

  1. The addition of the capital -E flag is to set environment variables for our New Relic API key & an application ID per environment so that these values are not hardcoded into the script or committed and -E passes those environment variables to the script when run as sudo.
  2. Deploy Markers in New Relic! You can now click Deployments under events and see an overview and performance impact per controller of the new code
New Relic’s deploy markers can have 4 values set for the payload:

  • User
  • Revision Number 
  • Description
  • Changelog
I’m setting them as follows:

  • User - who made the last commit git log -1 --pretty=format:'%an’
  • Revision Number - short commit id of the last commit git rev-parse --short HEAD
  • Description - commit message of the last commit git log -1 --pretty=%B
  • Changelog - left empty
In test environments, my thinking was whoever made the last commit is typically who also fires off the deploy, so all the values are relevant.
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Senior Server Administrator, Payzer
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