GitHub Actions 101: Develop a CI/CD Workflow

Hello and welcome to Part 4 of the GitHub Actions series. A series where we will walk through everything you need to know about GitHub Actions, from the basics to creating your own customized workflow.

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A nerd in books, tea and programming. I publish weekly on my personal blog: https://lo-victoria.com/

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