Since it's likely that those news years resolutions to be "the dev-master" are probably waning we thought it high time to present to you an updated list of handy steps (plugins) for fixing problems you didn’t even realize you had.
For a long time, Wercker has had support for after-steps which allow you to setup notifications for apps like Slack and though this works great for team notifications, there are situations where only YOU want to get a notification, and for that, we have a slack app: Walterbot
We have a deep love for Kubernetes and have built all our infrastructure on top of it.
The Wercker Steps Registry contains a plethora of useful Steps that carry out automation tasks in your Pipelines. Our most popular steps for integrating directly with Kubernetes include:
It’s been over five years that Marc Andreessen wrote the much-publicized essay on “why software is eating the world”.
Editor’s note: Today’s guest post is by De Ville Weppenaar, a developer at Ad Dynamo, showing how to Automate your Firebase deploy with Wercker
This article is going to show you how to automate getting your code out of your git repository and into a Kubernetes cluster with Wercker.
On 27 July, Heavybit, the 9-month program for developer oriented companies, organized their Developer Product Design summit at the Folsom Street Foundry.
At Wercker we need to run scheduled jobs on our Kubernetes cluster. Since Kubernetes’ answer to cron (ScheduledJobs) isn’t quite production ready yet.
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