The Rietta Blog

How to hide .gitignored Files from fzf.vim

— 2019-05-21

Keep those nasty .gitignored files like node_modules/ from clogging up fzf fuzzy finder and show commited, hidden files such as .circleci/config.

Herding Cats: The Todo List

— 2019-05-15

Finding a tool to tame the chaos when you're new to an Agency setting and responsible for organizing "all the things".

How To Use Slack To Maintain A Team Reading List

Matt Bettinson — 2019-05-14

Having a clean and focused reading channel in Slack allows us a sanctioned place for in-depth discussion and news sharing.

Git Protection from Repository Attacks in 15 minutes

— 2019-05-09

Don't fall victim to Git ransomware by using the security features available to you. We'll show you how.

Fixup your Code Reviews with git rebase --autosquash

— 2019-05-07

Git rebase flows result in clean history. Squashing code review fixups into the PR make it hard to see what changed. Rietta devs use --autosquash instead.

Why do teams use points to Estimate? - Interview with Lori Hamilton

— 2019-05-02

Grab a coffee and listen in while the Rietta team explores why using point estimation can help round out your team's planning process in development.

Are you accidentally storing private data in plain text?

— 2019-04-29

Learn how to prudently minimize the collection of passwords, authentication tokens, and customer private data in your debug logs to protect your company from legal liability.

How to Get Fast, Accurate Code Reviews on your Pull Request

Matt Bettinson — 2019-04-25

Pull requests are being merged with bugs or not being reviewed at all. How do teams perform fast and accurate code reviews? They make the review easy!

The Soft and Cuddly Parts of Git Reset

— 2019-04-22

Git reset can help tidy up your Git workflow, this blog post will cover some ways how.

New Interview on Drifting Ruby

— 2019-04-18

Recent Drifting Ruby Episode #183 interview with Frank Rietta, Web Application Security Architect.