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django-autocomplete-light 3.4.0 release

| by jpic | django-autocomplete-light python
This release re-enables Python 2 and Django 1.11 support, even though it doesn’t pass all tests because tests rely on dicts being ordered by default which came in Python 3 Also, this release exits from using Django’s vendored select2, and vendors select2 itself with a submodule again, this is to benefit from upstream bugfixes faster

yourlabs django decision

| by jpic | python django
https://github.com/yourlabs/django-decision A Delegative Democracy implementation made in BlackLoop HackerSpace for Les Indignés back in the days I used to squatt hackerspaces in-between gigs (now running my own). It’s a bit old but probably still valid, given the complexity is handled in SQL with a WITH RECURSIVE query. Anyway, hope this will inspire you ! Have a great week

join the testers chat

| by jpic | devops
https://www.ministryoftesting.com/testers_chat_invite Join thousands of testers online at Ministry of Testing, a thriving community sharing the passion for better automated testing !

GitLab Dynamic Environments with Docker-Compose instead of K8S

| by jpic | gitlab continuous-delivery best-practice
Dynamic Environment is when your pipeline creates a branchname.example.com deployment, for integration tests or manual review. Gitlab in autodevops mode and with Kubernetes lets you enjoy this kind of stuff by just starting projects from their template images. Note that YourLabs offers consulting if you need help to setup/maintain your baremetal K8S or GitLab instance to do this kind of thing. (Please forgive horrible sound recording in our demo) This article however, demonstrates how to acheive dynamic environments for integration testing and reviews with the product team with just docker-compose and nginx-proxy. Read More

Storing HD photos in a relational database: recipe for an epic fail

| by jpic | devops
Storing files in the database has already been demonstrated as not an efficient trade-off here, and in many pages on internet. As such, this post provides subjective stories about files in the database, rather than an objective compare. Now Bob the manager has watched Peter Chubb’s talk and decides that you will store uploaded PDFs and HD photos in the database when that doesn’t even matter when people are going to upload files in AJAX, before they submit their form, during HTTP requests that occur before that request that causes a relational data write. Read More

hyper-editor

| by jpic
https://divineitlimited.github.io/hyper-editor/demo.html
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