I've spent hours that should have been minutes trying to make sure Rust doesn't re-build unnecessarily inside CI, so you don't have to.
You may not need Flux/ArgoCD or any fancy automated reconciliation loop deployment process just yet! Plain old CI runners work quite well for simple automated deployments (this approach powers this blog right now!).
Running containers for your dependencies during CI E2E tests in the background, without services
If you're into Mithril, have I got the new shiny, experimental, component library for you!
A few talks I gave in June 2019 separately on Postgres and GitLab
A small focused Haskell library implementing a Count-min data sketch
How to use Gitlab deploy tokens with Kubernetes
Getting even faster builds out of rust on Gitlab CI
Some fun infrastructure-related things you can do with Gitlab CI
Hacking my way to a working CI build with JSPM and custom registries
Adding Continuous Delivery (CD) to my Gitlab-powered CI setup for my job board Haskell-powered web application
Get up to speed with CI by standing on the shoulders of giants.
Worried you (or your org) are not 'doing it right'? Get (or at least start following practices used by) Gitlab