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    Deploying to WPEngine via a GitHub Action

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    by Oka Tai-Lee

    WPEngine (WPE) is a great WordPress-only hosting platform. One of the best features is the ability to use git push to deploy your code to your site with just one click. This feature is super handy, but what if you are working on a team and don’t want each developer to have to set up an ssh key and remotes?

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    Getting Started with GitHub Actions

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    by Sue Malomo

    Using GitHub Actions for your CI/CD (Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery or Deployment) process offers some great features and solves a number of pain points, such as automated testing and sending notifications for successes/failures.

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    The "Cog" File

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    by Paul Phan

    On any given week, I might be working on 2-3 different projects at a time. I’ll often have to dip into an old project, start a new project, or assist another developer in their current project. When you’re dealing with so many files with so many different authors, you realize the importance of a well documented and updated README file. Every project has its own requirements, installation processes, coding styles, content management system, etc. A well documented README file can save a developer hours of time.