OpenShift 3 Tab Completion for Windows

OpenShift 3 Tab Completion for Windows

Greetings fellow Microsoft Windows users and developers! If you are not aware, I recently made the switch from OS X to Microsoft Windows and promised to blog about my journey along the way, especially if I found new and exciting tools that I feel will help the OpenShift developer population as a whole. One of the readers was kind enough to post a comment suggesting that I try out the Babun shell. I am happy to report that I not only tried it out, but I integrated it with ConEmu to create what I think is a top-notch shell for working with OpenShift and git based projects. In this post, I will explain how I got everything working.

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Getting Productive with OpenShift on Windows

Getting Productive with OpenShift on Windows

One of the greatest pleasures in life is ordering new hardware and assembling a new box. For those curious, I went with the current gen i7 4ghz CPU, 32gb of ram, etc etc. Having this new box I decided to install both the Windows and Fedora Linux operating systems. The point of this blog post is to let others who are thinking of moving back to Windows after a hiatus over to OS X get a glimpse at some of the tools I have installed in order to feel productive as a developer who mainly pushes code to the OpenShift platform.

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How to Install OpenShift Enterprise PaaS – Part 1

OpenShift Enterprise Changes Software Development Platform as a Service is changing the way developers approach developing software. Developers typically use a local sandbox with their preferred application server and only deploy locally on that instance. Developers typically start JBoss locally using the startup.sh command and drop their .war or .ear file in the deployment directory […]

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