Today, many CI services provide the ability to build applications, docker images, and many other things. Since some of these builds can take a long time to build, you may want to analyze your build data, average build time, success rate, etc. Unfortunately, few services provide a dashboard for analyzing build data. As far as I know Azure Pipeline provides a great feature called Pipeline reports, but it only shows data about builds that have been run in Azure Pipeline.
CIAnalyzer collects build data using each service API, then normalizes the data format and exports it. So you can create a dashboard that allows you to analyze build data across multiple CI services using your favorite BI tools.
A tool that has as its dependencies practically every useful and still-supported Golang linter and static analyzer out there. Plug it into your toolchain and it'll do the work of two dozen other tools (which it is, really) in less time.
Can also be used locally, through your IDE or editor.
A boot floppy image that can be used for booting weird or recalcitrant machines from other devices, such as CD-ROMs.
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