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Use git add --patch for better commit history and mitigating bugs

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Configuring AWS Elastic Load Balancers

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Scheduling Events with AWS Lambda (a.k.a. Lambda cron jobs)

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Installing the AWS CLI on OS X and Linux

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Git: How to change the most recent commit with `--amend`

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Speed Up Your Website by Using AWS CloudFront

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Using jq to parse the Star Wars API

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WebStorm - Sharing a Gist

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Permission denied (publickey) when SSH Access to Amazon EC2 instance

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Hosting a Static Website on Amazon S3

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WebStorm - Managing Imports

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WebStorm - Customizing the Built-in Terminal

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WebStorm - Installing Custom Color Schemes (dayleress/colour-schemes)

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Tips & Tricks

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Introduction to RequireJS

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Introduction to Karma

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Introduction to Bower

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github tutorial about Use git add --patch for better commit history and mitigating bugs

Use git add --patch for better commit history and mitigating bugs

1:49 github PRO

Let's split our changes into separate commits. We'll be able to check over our changes before staging them all from the terminal. Then, we'll see the positive effect it has on our commit history.

aws tutorial about Configuring AWS Elastic Load Balancers

Configuring AWS Elastic Load Balancers

5:47 aws PRO

In this lesson, you will learn how to setup an Elastic Load Balancer for your nodejs servers. You will also learn how to configure the load balancer with servers in different availability zones, using nodejs servers that do not require root access to bind to port 80 or 443, and are not publicly accessible via the internet. You will learn how to use health checks to ensure your servers are removed from service when not responding properly and be automatically added back to the load balancer when functional again. Finally, I show you how to understand the metrics provided by the ELB to troubleshoot problems with both your backend servers and the ELB itself.

aws tutorial about Scheduling Events with AWS Lambda (a.k.a. Lambda cron jobs)

Scheduling Events with AWS Lambda (a.k.a. Lambda cron jobs)

5:35 aws PRO

Learn how to create AWS Lambda functions that execute on a scheduled interval, much like a cron job would. In this lesson we will create a Lambda function that checks for a string of text on a website to verify the website is up and operational. The lambda function logs to CloudWatch Metrics and sends a notification email using an SNS queue if the check fails.

aws tutorial about Installing the AWS CLI on OS X and Linux

Installing the AWS CLI on OS X and Linux

4:00 aws PRO

Installing the AWS CLI on your local workstation may be one of the biggest boosts to productivity you can make if you use AWS often. Almost all AWS features are available via the CLI allowing you to script, schedule and automate many AWS related tasks.
In this lesson, I’ll show you how to setup and verify the AWS CLI.

git tutorial about Git: How to change the most recent commit with `--amend`

Git: How to change the most recent commit with `--amend`

1:49 git PRO

If you make a mistake with a commit and need to make changes or you'd like to update the commit message of the most recent comment, you can do this with the git commit --amend command.

aws tutorial about Speed Up Your Website by Using AWS CloudFront

Speed Up Your Website by Using AWS CloudFront

4:08 aws PRO

In this lesson, you will learn how to improve your website performance by using the AWS CloudFront service. I show you how to setup CloudFront, properly configure the S3 settings, enable logging, and verify operation.

jq tutorial about Using jq to parse the Star Wars API

Using jq to parse the Star Wars API

2:57 jq PRO

jq is a lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor. It is extremely useful for processing data from APIs to better understand the data your code will be consuming, before you write the code. In this lesson I introduce you to jq and show you the basic features it provides using the Star Wars API (http://swapi.co) as our data source. Topics covered include filtering, piping, object construction and data manipulation.

webstorm tutorial about WebStorm - Sharing a Gist

WebStorm - Sharing a Gist

1:28 webstorm PRO

You can easily share your code from WebStorm with others using the "Create Gist" feature. This lesson walks you through how to create a gist from a single or multiples files and also how to use gist.run to share a running version of your code

aws tutorial about Permission denied (publickey) when SSH Access to Amazon EC2 instance

Permission denied (publickey) when SSH Access to Amazon EC2 instance

2:53 aws PRO

There are two likely causes to the "Permission denied (public key)" error encountered with AWS EC2 instances: incorrect ssh keys and incorrect usernames. In this lesson, I'll address both and show you how to overcome them.

aws tutorial about Hosting a Static Website on Amazon S3

Hosting a Static Website on Amazon S3

4:19 aws PRO

In this lesson, you will learn how to host a static website on Amazon S3. I will show you how to create the buckets, create the bucket policy to allow public access and point your own custom DNS name to the website.

webstorm tutorial about WebStorm - Managing Imports

WebStorm - Managing Imports

2:27 webstorm PRO

WebStorm can save you tons of time by managing your imports for you. John walks you through a few key WebStorm importing tips to help speed up your importing workflow.

javascript tutorial about WebStorm - Customizing the Built-in Terminal

WebStorm - Customizing the Built-in Terminal

3:29 javascript PRO

WebStorm has a convenient built-in terminal which you can launch with a simple keyboard shortcut and customize to your heart's content. This video shows how to set up the terminal to launch Cygwin (a very popular Windows shell alternative), but the concepts hold true for launching zsh, fish, or any shell of your choice.

webstorm tutorial about WebStorm - Installing Custom Color Schemes (dayleress/colour-schemes)

WebStorm - Installing Custom Color Schemes (dayleress/colour-schemes)

2:12 webstorm PRO

In this lesson, we'll walk through installing a custom color scheme into our WebStorm IDE. Dayle Rees's daylerees/colour-schemes has a great collection of themes ready to install in different formats for various editors.

For this example, we will install the Peacocks In Space theme into an OS X WebStorm 11 EAP installation. Note: This process will be very similar (or identical) for previous versions of WebStorm and other editors in the JetBrain's family of editors.

webstorm tutorial about Tips & Tricks

Tips & Tricks

7:16 webstorm PRO

John Lindquist is a WebStorm wizard. In this lesson, he'll show you some of the tips & tricks he uses to squeeze maximum productivity out of his tool of choice.

requirejs tutorial about Introduction to RequireJS

Introduction to RequireJS

4:48 requirejs PRO

RequireJS provides a clean way to load and manage dependencies for your Javascript applications. This video examines the first steps towards using RequireJS.

Introduction to Karma

2:45 webstorm PRO

A quick tutorial covering installing Karma and running tests from the command line and Webstorm.

bower tutorial about Introduction to Bower

Introduction to Bower

2:49 bower PRO

Bower is a package manager for Javascript libraries that allows you to define, version, and retrieve your dependencies. In this tutorial, John gives a quick introduction to Bower and will show you how to get started.

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