I spend my time working to understand the cause(s) of unexpected behavior and helping folks make the best use of GitLab. I fell in love with GitLab as a product before joining the team so it's super fun and exciting to get to help others experience how cool and fun it can be! You can learn a bit more about me in my README, which is in need of an update as of this writing. You can read about my first year at GitLab.
I really enjoy
I really enjoy pairing and can find it to be a very effective way to troubleshoot a problem and build a path to resolution. I also really appreciate the opportunity to poke through logs, build a timeline, reproduce the problem, dive through source code on my own.
📆Feel free to put a pairing session on my calendar.
- Please feel free to let me know what you'd like to look like in advance so I can prepare as time permits.
I really enjoy trying out new features and tools. Pop a note in #spt_today_i_learned (assuming you are a GitLab team member
In December 2020, I did a self-led "30 Days of GraphQL" effort and have continued to be interested in GraphQL and how it can be used to solve problems. My notes and code samples are in this project. I've been interested in GraphQL ever since.
✨I wrote about Batman and troubleshooting.
You can read more in my README which has
On my personal GitLab profile (
🗑faux-credential-dump-generator - Generate a fake credential dump, for testing purposes.
⭐graphql - Notes and scripts and stuff as I learn more about GraphQL.
📗pipeline-cleaner - A Python project that deletes all skipped/failed/canceled pipelines, leaving behind only green.