Sometimes, I write articles about technical concerns.
- Learn how to setup your own docker registry (part 2, part 3, part 4), and then use an hosted one from a well-known vendor.
- Learn how not to code in PHP.
- Want to learn web development? You should start by teaching yourself HTTP once and for all.
- Want to learn python web development? Start with WSGI and middlewares.
You can also browse the full archive.
Rdc-Etl — Extract Transform Load Toolkit for Python
Rdc-Etl is an Extract Transform Load toolkit for Python. Use simple transformation functions interconnected with FIFO queues. Designed very much alike historical tools like Pentaho Data Integration or Talend Open Studio, but designed for python coders. Supports python2, and have an exprimental support (used in production on a few projets) for python3 (see py3k branch).
LeanJS — NodeJS / React / Redux universal starter kit
LeanJS is a NodeJS / React / Redux universal web application starter kit. It's instrumented with some handy development tools, like hot-module-reload (HMR) and Redux DevTools.
Note: The plan is to make it support more targets, like native mobile applications (using ReactNative) or desktop applications (using Electron), but that's not implemented for now.
EdgyEvent — Python Event Dispatcher
Edgy-Event is a small event dispatcher library with no dependencies, which was at some point a translation to python of Symfony's EventDispatcher component.
Started a while ago as an experiment on how to store, manage and organize the web content I find relevant, my bookmarks are now publicly available.
Some (not so) random pre-filtered categories from trendy and interesting topics:
You should set yourself on the waitlist and we'll get in touch as soon as we have some available space for you.
I also maintain a Knowledge Base with code snippets, references, links and much more, mostly about computing and business creation related tools and techniques.
According to the legend, one may have found some relevant piece of code in the Noah's Ark of Computing when all the rest of the Internet got flooded.
Also, you can clone the repository for offline use.