Tmux has liberated me from tiling window mangers. Not that I didn’t
like those, but I occasionally have to work with macOS or default
GNOME setups. And over the years I realised that I only need a
terminal multiplexor to do terminal tiling for me, the rest of the
windows are just fine to be full-screen in separate workspaces.
Source: Tmux for mere mortals, an
article by Serge Zaitsev.
Deploying a simple web application can be a daunting task if you
have never painstakingly done it by hand. There are numerous
configuration files, package installations, and concepts involved in
getting your brand new app up and running. Deploying your
application traverses many different layers of the stack and
requires at least basic knowledge of each to successfully deploy to
the public internet. Over the last 4 years I have found many
tutorials and copy-paste guides which do a great job at getting your
app running on a publicly accessible server, but fail at teaching
you how each of the technologies relate with one another along the
way. This article is the first of many I will be writing as an
attempt to organize my own notes as well as set groundwork for a
technology presentation I am planning for a local technology
Source: Ground Up Python
an article by Michael Jonaitis.