Friday Night #1

It’s Friday Night and if you’ve noticed, this post is entirely different from the other ones, beginning by the post icon, which does not follows the yellow/gray pattern that I’ve choose to personalize the categories of my website. This is all due to the fact that at Friday Night, I am much more likely to have a break and speak out my mind, than write about things that resembles technology or programming. Friday Nights are meant to be slow and lazy.

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Django + NGiNX!

Have I said that Python is a solid programming language yet? As a sequence of our last post, I’m going to show you how python works on the web itself, by deploying one of the most famous web frameworks available today: Django! We’re going to work on a NGiNX web server powered by Debian and MariaDB, aiming to focus on resource usage while our ideas will be guarded by Django’s stability!  

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Python: dnspython!

One of the amazing things that I found using python is the fact that it has a great community that shares incredible projects on PyPI, the official Python repository. Every time that I need a specific functionality, I search through the PyPI repository and I’m always able to discover new projects and find out amazing solutions that already exists, instead of trying to build a new solution from the ground. These days I was into DNS requests and I found exactly what I wanted, a simple way to communicate with DNS!  I’ll explain how simple it is to find out […]

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