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.
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.
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.
Running PostgreSQL in a Docker Container
Containers have revolutionized the way we code, build and ship software. They also provide a means wherein we no longer need to mandatorily install software but run the software in a container instead. In this post, we will run PostgreSQL (postgres) and pgAdmin 4 in seprate Docker Containers on a Windows machine using Docker Toolbox. We will then connect to the postgres database from pgAdmin.
Bind Mounting with Docker Toolbox on Windows
If you have racked your brains trying to get Docker bind mounting to work on Windows, you certainly are not alone. Documentation for Docker on Windows is not exactly verbose, especially if you are using the Docker Toolbox. In this post, we will look at binding a local Windows folder to a directory in a Docker Container using Docker Toolbox.