Here’s how to add Kotlin syntax highlighting to Sublime Merge:
Despite using FZF with Neovim for a few years, I’ve only recently found out about :Ag which lets you perform searches across your folders and files. Until now, I never realised that you can use Tab and Shift + Tab to select multiple files, then press Ctrl + T to open them in a new tab, with a quicklist. From there you can navigate between items in the quicklist using :cn and :cp.
This was originally posted on Medium. As a passionate software engineer at Localz, I get to tinker with fancy new tools (in my own time) and then annoy my coworkers by evangelising said tools in the workplace. Kubernetes is just one of those tools, and we’re currently exploring it for use internally! 🐙 Here’s a little tutorial I’ve whipped up for getting Kubernetes up and running on your Mac, and deploying some small services.
This was originally posted on Medium. At Localz, we use Docker as the building block for all of our deployments. We like to think of it as a single unit of deployment. If it runs in Docker, it can be deployed and horizontally scaled, and requires less maintenance than running on bare metal. In this post, I’ll go through the techniques we use to keep our Docker images lean — including using base images, removing build dependencies, utilising build stages, and scratch-based images!