I love salad, even though it’s not considered a thing you make friends with. I usually freestyle this recipe a little bit, the quantities listed here aren’t set in stone so feel free to experiment and add or subtract vegetables! Ingredients 100g Rocket 100g Kale 1 Lebanese Cucumber 1⁄4 Red Onion 2 Carrots 1 Yellow Capsicum 1⁄4 Cup Shaved Parmesan 4 Small Beetroot (not pictured below) 15 Cherry Tomatoes 3 Tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2 Tablespoons White Wine Vinegar Salt Method Prepare the greens by washing and drying them, a salad spinner helps.
INTRODUCTION This is part 2 of a series in the (advanced?) basics of Puppet modules. We are going to be covering the use of Travis CI to perform some automated testing using puppet-lint and rspec-puppet. This is a learning experience for me as much as you since it’s my first time using Travis CI (although not my first time using CI tooling). GETTING STARTED If you haven’t checked out Part 1 of this series you should really have a read before proceeding.
Introduction I’ve been using Puppet for about 2 years now and have decided to start sharing my thoughts and experiences. I have read many blogs over this time which have helped me get to where I am now, and I’m hoping that I can write down some of the things I have learned so that it may assist others. In particular one of the basics of writing a Puppet module which I think is often glossed over is setting up some decent testing.