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Getting Started with the IPython Notebook

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

IPython is a set of tools developed to make it easier for the programmers to work with Python and data. IPython provides extensions to the Python programming language that make working interactively convenient and efficient. IPython Notebook lets you write and execute code, analyze data in your web browser.

Querying with Django Q objects

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Querying with Django Q objects: Q object encapsulates a SQL expression in a Python object that can be used in database-related operations. Using Q objects we can make complex queries with less and simple code.

Django Testing Automated with Self Hosted Gitlab CI and Docker

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

It is a bit pricy if you want to host code for collaboration using bitbucket or github on your own VPS or On-Premisis servers. Gitlab in midst of this provides a community edition which is packed with essential features and also free of cost. Both Editions ship with CI integrated in it and also can handle 3rd party CI applications like Jenkins or Bamboo ..etc.,

Understanding Checkout flow in Django Oscar.

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Explaining Django Oscar checkout flow.

How to Create initial django migrations for existing DB schema.

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Django provides the comfort database migrations from its version 1.8, with which we can avoid the usage of third party packages like south. Adding migrations to new apps is straightforward - they come preconfigured to accept migrations, and so just run make migrations once you’ve made some changes. But if your app already has models and database tables, and doesn’t have migrations yet or you got your migrations messed up, you’ll need to convert your app to use migrations.

Deploying Django project on Elastic Beanstalk

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Here You can learn about how to setup and deploy a Django application to Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Tools/technologies used:
Python v2.7
Django v1.7
Amazon Elastic Beanstalk, EC2, and S3

How to track your issues and projects by using GITLab

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Gitlab is a great issue tracker. You can log your project activities like issue status, deadline etc in a git repository. Before that, you need to login to Gitlab and then go to the project where you need to create/manage issues .

How to Deploy Django Project into Docker Container

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Docker, has captured the hearts and minds of the Devops community, with its platform for delivering distributed applications in containers. In this Blog Post, Lets look on how to deploy a sample django app into docker container.

How to monitor django application live events with sentry

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Let us now learn how to track exceptions and events in SENTRY. We will setup browser and server end tracking for Django Project.

Django - Database access optimization

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Django - Database access optimization, Django Queryset is generally lazy in nature. It will not hit the database until it evaluates the query results.

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