Last Push of the Day/Night

All DevOps out there who use Git as a version control system probably know what it feels like. And it is a very special feeling.
(You also get this feeling with SVN by committing but for me it’s not the same.)

I prefer the push thing. I like the semantics, the poetry about it, its cruelty, everything. And I hate it so much at the same time.

The action of pushing is like signing and assuring that the spaceship can launch tomorrow.

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An evening with Gavin Harrison

So, yesterday it was quite a day.The weather was crap unlike the previous days, but who cares?

Gavin Harrison was in London for a clinic in Wembley Drum Centre. I arrived there with my flatmate at around seven o’clock, just a bit before the doors opened. The tickets were courtesy of this fellow gentleman and colleague.

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