Ramblings and Ponderings of a Microsoft Fan Boy...

Hello, my name is Gary Ewan Park. By day, I make a living as .Net Developer. I am a husband and a father, and I enjoy contributing to Open Source projects.

Using Cake GitHub Action

In yesterdays blog post I described how I had been able to create a custom GitHub Action to execute a target from a Cake script. To follow up on that, I thought it would be good to show how you can actually make use of this custom action, to achieve something useful in terms of a GitHub Action.

Getting started with GitHub Actions

On Wednesday evening, I got a very pleasant email from GitHub, telling me that I had been given access to the GitHub Actions Beta. This is something that I have been looking forward to for a while now, ever since I signed up for it. I am a big user of Continuous Integration Systems for building the various Open Source projects that I work on, but I really like the idea of doing smaller, precise actions, as a result of other "things" happening on a repository.

Introducing the Cake.Wyam.Recipe Package

This is another of those announcement blog posts that is a little on the "late" side. This post is about the Cake.Wyam.Recipe package, which was first released back in May 2017. Now, in it's sixth release, I thought it was about time to tell people about it. Better late than never...