My blog - Code Disciples

Code Disciples is a blog for all things code. The internet is vast and is full of great content and mostly awesome folks who are always willing to help. However, sometimes, we run into a real head-scratcher that requires rummaging through heaps of documentation or tutorials and abusing Q&A sites until we hit that "eureka!" moment. Most blogs on Code Disciples stem from such painful moments of frustration. The site provides a means for me to document topics or scenarios that I struggled with when I first encountered them or subjects that I simply felt would be fun to blog about. I hope you find at least some of them to be useful.

The site is developed with Pelican and deployed using Netlify.

  • Deploying a Flask website on Heroku

    In this post, we will be deploying a Flask application using Heroku. Heroku is a popular Platform as a Service (PaaS) that is used to deploy, manage and scale web applications. It comes with a lot of features built-in that abstract away most of the complications involved in traditional web-based deployments.

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  • Queries using Flask SQLAlchemy

    In this post, we will go over writing database queries using the Flask SQLAlchemy library.

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  • Running Celery on Windows 10

    Celery is an asynchronous task queue that is fairly easy to integrate with a Python application. It requires a messaging queue (also known as a broker) to send and receive messages.

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  • git rebase - a cautious alternative to git merge

    In this post, we will look at git rebase and scenarios where it can and should not be used as an alternative to git merge.

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