Virtualenv

Virtualenv provides a way to utilize a local python interpreter instead of the system’s. This is especially helpful in situations whereby a project needs to be deployed and may need […]

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CLI Python Script Template

Python has a unique way of executing and there a number of ways to wrap and twist the main entry point, catch errors, and provide for command line arguments. If […]

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Meld Diff3

Meld provides visual diff to files and directories. Primarily it allows the user to visual view differences within files in order to merge them together. Recently I needed to merge […]

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Git Commit Messages

Git is a tool that straightway out of Linux Kernel development. It is the mechanism by which code is updated and pushed back into the Linux Kernel as Linux continues […]

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Markdown Editors

Markdown is a format commonly used for help or informational files. It has been commonly used for open source projects and provides a simple, intuitive way to provide readible readmes […]

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Python Settings Files

It is generally good coding practice to separate settings and the data needed run and scripts themselves. here are two ways to make Python settings file: Simple Python Python itself […]

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SSH and Python

Python is well known for its abundance of libraries which handle just about anything. Recently I needed a Python script to perform commands over SSH. As it turns out there […]

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Time Terminal Command

There is a very handy way to know how fast a terminal command runs. Simply add the command ‘time’ before a terminal command to get back a helpful listing of […]

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