Ken Muse

Building Base Images for ARC
If you’re using Actions Runner Controller, the provided base image may not be enough. In fact, it’s important to build your own to ensure that you have all the dependencies you need for your workflows.

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Supply Chain Security in CI/CD Systems
Do you know what the main threat is to your CI/CD systems? It’s not the code you write, the tools you use, or the cloud provider you rely on. It’s the supply chain, and that is frequently the most vulnerable part of the development process. Today, let’s understand why.

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Creating an Int24 for iOS

Creating an Int24 for iOS

If we’re going to build a Bluetooth app for WatchOS and iOS, we need at least one additional primitive to be available – a 24-bit unsigned integer. Since Swift doesn’t provide that, we’ll just have to create it ourselves. This post will dive into how to create a custom numeric data type in Swift (and how to overcome some limits of the platform in the process).

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Fashion, DevOps, and Certificates
The world of software development is changing rapidly. With Google’s latest announcement, part of how we deploy systems is getting ready to change for the better for nearly half of all companies. Are your teams ready for the challenge?

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Understanding Bluetooth Basics
If we’re going to build a Blutooth-enabled application, the first step is understanding the basics of how data is provided to clients. In this post, I’ll explore some basic terminology and concepts. We’ll then look at how the data is structured so that we can interpret it in our application.

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