Author Archives: erictummers

About erictummers

Working in a DevOps team is the best thing that happened to me. I like challenges and sharing the solutions with others. On my blog I’ll mostly post about my work, but expect an occasional home project, productivity tip and tooling review.

R Shiny dashboard inspection with profvis

We’re building a R Shiny dashboard to display big datasets. In our production environment we sometimes experience slow performance. Profiling with the profvis package is our plan to fix this. The profvis package needs to be installed. Then it can … Continue reading

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Developing inside a Container

I’m contributing to Sonarqube-Sql-Plugin (https://github.com/erictummers/sonar-sql-plugin) and creating pull requests to merge back my changes. Getting my environment setup was easy using homebrew (https://brew.sh) but still required some work. Here is how VSCode makes this much easier with developing inside a … Continue reading

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Code Notes snippet manager

Like many developers I have some snippets with code. These snippets are dear to me and I use them all the time. Without a real place to store them I would be lost. This is where Code Notes comes in. … Continue reading

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macOS Big Sur update without issues

My macbook became my work-from-home device and I was hesitant to update to Big Sur. The question today is “when to update, not if”. So I made a backup, had my trusty macbook 2009 ready for emergencies and started the … Continue reading

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DataGrip TFS plugin setup

We use DataGrip for developing postgres on Greenplum. To get our sources into TFS we’re using the Azure DevOps plugin (https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7981-azure-devops). Since the documentation is very little and the requests for help are many, we share our setup. We assume … Continue reading

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