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Figure out the bottlenecks in your Python scripts.

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mogrify is part of the ImageMagick suite of tools. It’s simple, powerful, and easy to use.

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Ads sucks… so skip them.

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The Raspberry Pi is a great device for dev side-projects, such as a home media station, an IoT device, or a local server. Here are some of my go-to configurations when setting one up.

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Sosúa is a town in Puerto Plata Province, on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. It’s known for Sosúa Beach, in a sheltered cove with an offshore coral reef, tropical fish and colourful plants.

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Spelling and grammar are very important. However, when in a rush, we tend to neglect these important aspects. Search engines and humans readers usually don’t appreciate content that includes spelling or grammatical errors.

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Documentation doesn’t always have to be boring. Admonition blocks draw the reader’s attention to important notes and warnings that may not directly fit as part of the flow of the text.

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There are many methods to communicating between processes. Many methods work best when only using a single programming language, while others require custom packets and parsing.

Simplicity is key and Redis is an efficient solution. Redis is an open-source in-memory database project implementing a distributed, in-memory key-value store.

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Microsoft Word has great spelling and grammar checking. Use pandoc to convert the LaTeX document to docx and double check your work.

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Package management is hard. Sometimes in Python package development, your local (development) environment may behave a little differently than a deployment target. Below is a simple method I use to replicate a clean environment and test Python package installs and tests.

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