I constantly come back to this article when configuring uWSGI. A majority of time I use a Load Balancer and adding nginx or another server is generally not required as long as the config is setup correctly. Below is my default config when starting a project: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 [uwsgi] strict = true master = true need-app = true single-interpreter = true pidfile = /var/run/uwsgi.
Air filters in the classroom can potentially improve test scores as much as cutting class sizes by a third. This would be a huge win for relatively cheap. I wonder what happens in the long term.
Something I have thought about many times, but I would still need to have Windows/MacOS around for Lightroom or other photo editing software.
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I was really interested in doing this, but ended up moving away from Hugo and instead building my site on top of Python/Django. I still really like a lot of these ideas and have taken a lot of inspiration on what Jamie is doing and built it into my own site.
Burnout seems to be a fact of life if you are working as a software engineer. I have been burned out before and it sucks. The biggest thing for me was making sure I take time for myself and make sure I do something I enjoy like photography or watching This Old House.
This article helped troubleshoot some hard to replicate issues I had in Kubernetes during deployments/scaling events.