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Learning GH actions: pitfalls

 
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I was wondering how much of the focus was on how to do X (at times the documentation can be, let's say interesting) versus pitfalls you've encountered/recommendations.
 
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Thanks for the question Simon. The overall focus of the book was on helping people understand first what X is and then how to put it into use. I did try to make sure I noted any pitfalls I encountered along the way. In fact, I reported a couple of bugs to the GitHub Actions teams as I encountered them. In terms of recommendations, I included ones I came across, and, in many instances, I asked my contacts at GitHub for the best practices and shared those back. Hope this was helpful.
 
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