Tag: continuous integration

GitHub Actions – Now with built-in CI/CD! Live from GitHub HQ

GitHub Actions – Now with built-in CI/CD! Live from GitHub HQ

By Micah Moen 15 Comments August 13, 2019

[MUSIC PLAYING] NAT FRIEDMAN: All right, good morning. How’s everybody doing this morning? Awesome. Welcome to GitHub. We’re so excited to be here today. I’ve been looking forward to this day and the news we’re going to share with you here today for months, and the whole GitHub team has too. There’s a lot of […]

Using environment variables (First look at BitBucket Pipelines, part 3)

Using environment variables (First look at BitBucket Pipelines, part 3)

By Micah Moen 2 Comments June 5, 2019

hi everyone you are watching a video that is part of my bitbucket pipeline series in this video I will show you how you can use environment variables so what are environment variables well there are place to store sensitive configuration information these variables are available to the entire system and is mostly used for […]

Using environment variables (Get started with Jenkins, part 7)