Ryan.Bartsch

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Azure DevOps default permissions

In Azure DevOps, branch security for git repos defaults the 'Force push' property to 'Not set' for all Azure DevOps Groups. This effectively denies this permission. We're following gitflow where I work and would generally deny this permission explicitly for persistent branches, Master and Develop; h...
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Delete a specific log message from Graylog

I need to delete a specific log messages from Graylog, however there doesn't seem to be any public API to do this (going by the Graylog API browser). There is very little documentation about how one might do this. I've found a few random articles that imply it is/was possible via curl and a query A...
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Defer the selection of a child validator depending on the property type/value

In FluentValidation is there an extension or some other way to defer the selection of a child validator depending on the type/value of the property being validated? My situation is that I have a Notification class that I want to validate. This class has a Payload property, which can be one of a numb...
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error executing dotnet core 1.0 console app from nodejs in AWS lambda

I'm trying to run a dotnet core 1.0 console app inside AWS lambda. This is just something I was doing for interest sake, however I've ran into a few issues. my dotnet core app looks like this: using System; namespace ConsoleApplication { public class Program { public static int Main(string[] args) {...
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AWS S3 static site subdirectory to serve content from ec2

I have a personal static AWS S3 website and I've configured example.com to point to this using DNS and Route 53. As of recently, I now also have a wordpress blog, which is an ec2 instance. I've created a DNS record to point the subdomain blog.example.com to the ec2 instance. This all works fine. Ho...
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git tfs clone with partial history

I'm trying to migrate a TFS repository to git, but I've run into an issue. Looking at the history of this particular repository in TFS, it looks as though the parent was copied into a new TFS repository and then at a later time the parent was baseless-merged into it (or something similar). When I ru...
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handling release branches in gitflow

The company I work for is using gitflow. We follow a branch-per-feature approach where individual features are implemented, tested and then PR'd into develop. When it comes time for a release we create a release branch off develop - we trigger a build on the release branch and deploy this to a TEST...
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