In this short blog post, we’re going to see how we can write a Node.js script that accepts command line arguments and named arguments.Continue reading How to accept command line arguments in Node.js scripts?
In this tutorial, we’re going to mount an NVMe EBS volume to an EC2 instance and add it to
/etc/fstab so it automatically mounts the volume after reboots.
I’ve always insisted on leveraging the maximum power of the tools, frameworks, and packages we use in our projects. Whether it’s the Python itself or DRF as a 3rd party package.
Why does it even matter?
Well, the less code you have in your project the less the maintenance and tests you need, which resolves in more quality sleep at night. (Less engineering nightmares!)
Upgrading the Python version on Ubuntu breaks some packages like
pip in your system!
[Bleeding SysAdmin crawling]
In this article we’re going to upgrade python and fix the issues.Continue reading How to upgrade to Python 3.9.0 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS without internal bleeding!
A while ago I designed a Django Developer Career Roadmap for those who wish to start in this field and enter the software industry market.Continue reading How to get a job as a Python/Django backend developer roadmap
A couple of weeks ago I had this task in Agileful to refactor and improve some AWS lambda functions.
There was a bunch of pure SQL queries written alongside python codes which made me think, what if we could use standalone Django ORM in our python lambda functions?Continue reading Serverless Micro Django | Lightweight, yet powerful Python utility for lambda functions