Git Flight Rules & Meteor Job Queue
Summary of my bookmarked Github repositories from Nov 17th, 2017
Steve Jobs is a simple jobs queue designed specifically for Meteor. It offers tight integration with MongoDB and efficient timing functions based on fibers. The package allows predictable and consecutive job execution, storing job history and data in MongoDB. It handles failed jobs by retrying them upon server restart. With its 4.0 version, Steve Jobs introduces new features like repeating jobs and async support. It provides a developer-friendly GUI and API, making it easy to manage and schedule background jobs. The package is compatible with minimal CPU impact, enabling it to handle hundreds of jobs quickly.
"Flight rules for Git" is a comprehensive guide that provides step-by-step instructions for various scenarios encountered while using Git. It captures the knowledge gained from NASA's experiences in dealing with problems and their solutions since the 1960s. The guide covers topics such as creating and cloning repositories, editing commits, staging and unstaging changes, working with branches, rebasing and merging, using stash, tracking files, debugging with Git, and configuration. Whether you need to troubleshoot a commit, manage branches, suggest code changes, or perform other Git operations, this guide offers practical advice and techniques.