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Ben Potter

Hey, I'm a Developer Advocate at Coder. I also build tiny software & hardware projects that aim to solve problems. Working with different APIs and user interfaces is also fun.

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  1. Running code-server on Azure

    Shell 26 9

  2. deploy-code-server Public template

    Forked from coder/deploy-code-server

    Deploy code-server to the cloud with a few clicks ☁️ 👨🏼‍💻

    Shell 18 15

  3. Generate & package JetBrains shared indexes with a Docker container.

    Dockerfile 11 1

  4. Templates I use for my Coder deployment

    HCL 8

  5. Some of the images I like to use in Coder.

    Shell 6

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Activity overview
Contributed to coder/coder, coder/docs, bpmct/jetbrains-indexer and 64 other repositories

Contribution activity

June 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in coder/coder that received 13 comments

example: add and document dotfiles usage

Closes #1765 #1274.

+111 −0 13 comments
Reviewed 38 pull requests in 3 repositories
coder/coder 25 pull requests
coder/code-server 1 pull request
coder/terraform-provider-coder 1 pull request

Created an issue in coder/coder that received 15 comments

Standalone workspace directly on Coder host, no templates

For simple Coder deployments, it would be great to code directly on the Coder host (where you deployed Coder). Similar to cloud shells in AWS, GCP,…

Started 1 discussion in 1 repository

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