Big Sheets – DDD with an hexagonal architecture
Big Sheets is my attempt to a software using concepts of clean architecture, hexagonal architecture, Domain Driven Design (DDD), and a bit of event-driven programming; by following the amazing book Architecture Patterns with Python.
This post introduces the architecture of the software, so you can take a peek at the code after, and comments a few challenges and learnings from the experience. If you are a practitioner, Big Sheets can serve you as an elaborated example.
The retry-requests package
Networks, and servers are unreliable: they can fail, saturate… our requests should handle these scenarios. I created a small package in python — retry-requests —to do it for us easily.
SQLAlchemy tutorial — from 0 to proficient
SQLAlchemy is a popular SQL toolkit and ORM. A bridge between your application and database “that gives developers the full power and flexibility of SQL”. Understanding that real apps have complex database schemas and operations, you can automate and personalize it to your needs, all while avoiding much python code —and bugs. So much versatility
Distribute your apps with apt
Debian’s app distribution (apt) is a simple, native, and friction-less tool to manage apps and their dependencies. Just with the combo apt update && apt upgrade you ensure that systems are up-to-date, including your software and its dependencies —and it works with Ubuntu and friends. In this tutorial we learn how to package apps, generating
Debug segmentation faults in Apache from mod_wsgi
In this guide we show how to get information from apache segmentation faults that come from python’s mod_wsgi.
Create a sphinx extension to customize your docs
With Sphinx is easy to generate documentation of your python project, as long as you don’t require some custom code. This is a tutorial of how to create a quick & dirty Sphinx extension to personalize the docs of your project.
DAGs with materialized paths using postgres ltree
Building Acyclic Directed Graphs (DAGs) using materialized paths with Postgre’s ltree.
Configurations to empower your macOS
The following configurations empowers your Mac in ways that you cannot achieve by the usual System Preferences or similar config pages, thought for power users. I talk about quick-look plugins, spotlight extensions, terminal configuration, and brew tricks.
pip, python packages and venv
Python package and virtual environment management can be a bit tricky. This post has some best and bad practices from a personal point of view.
Router as a WiFi extender & switch
Do you know you can use your old and abandoned router as a switch and a WiFi extender? If you plug an ethernet cable to the router it will broadcast that connection through WiFi and the other remaining ethernet ports. In this guide we will configure it for that purpose.
Code in PyCharm in your PC and execute in a linux virtualbox
I need to develop a software that only executes in Linux and I program in Mac. Moreover, I want to execute it in isolation as the software can potentially destroy the OS and I will run it with root. Let’s configure what we need to develop in our beloved machine A and run/debug in our
Install Virtualbox in Debian 9
How to install Virtualbox in Debian 9. An apt working way (because it was not going to be so easy…).
Useful SSH and SCP commands and config
SSH and SCP are really powerful commands. In this entry I quickly explain them and show some cool usage cases and configurations.
Install custom ROM in Galaxy S4 Mini
A quick guide from stock S4 Mini to having a custom Android 7.1.
Create a custom live Debian 9 and 10 the pro way
In the following tutorial we create a custom Debian 9 and 10 live installation image by using debian-live. Our live image carries some private software that we want to execute every time someone boots the live cd. The resulting live-cd boots with an USB stick, a CD, and the network by PXE.