grep -rnw “superlists.settings” -e “DJANGO_SETTINGS” Explanation of flags:

To configure fabric to connect to remote hosts using SSH keyfiles on Amazon EC2 instances. add the following after REPO_URL (If you are following OBTTG Tutorial : Chapter 11):

 

“A programmer’s skill are determined by his initial training. How enthusiastic are you when learning code? How well did you comprehend a great programmer’s algorithm? Repeat the basics until you become like a river flowing into a beautiful field; that’s the ideal application. Then, the most important thing is to not abandon the project no […]

PYTHON Web Development is the main focus : 1. Areas to explore • Test Automation ( Udemy / TDD course) • Data Science (Dataquest) • Scripts ( Discogs API / ATBS scripts for cvs) 2. Django Applications to build for Discogs / SenseOfGroove • Build Store => senseofgroove.com • Build Blog => senseofgroove.com/blog • Build […]

 

Note to self:

We use the virtualenv version of Python whenever we need to run a Django manage.py command, to make sure we get the virtualenv version of Django, not the system one.

copy and pasted from a slack chat. Special shoutout to Anthony L. for the tip! here’s a time saver i just drummed up that’s worthy of sharing. it will be of interest to you: in your ~/.ssh/config put:

look mom, no hands! now, any time you log into an EC2 node, there’s a convenient […]

In Mac OS X Terminal I used  CTRL+R to enter a reverse history search. However, if the command I want was not found (after repeated CTRL-R), then there must be a way to immediately exit back to the (empty) command prompt. Especially, with no historical command entered. Better yet, I haven’t executed anything on the command […]