Debugging is a developer’s super power, so I’m keeping it quiet that I didn’t know about the python equivalent of ruby’s byebug.
I’m currently playing around with elasticsearch, building a pipeline to ingest and modify millions of documents. While I’m still in the early, experimental stages I am tweaking my code then running my indexing script, only to find, a million documents...
The last time I was writing a Jekyll blog post I wanted to insert an image as a link. It turns out there are a few ways to do this. I’ll demonstrate 3 ways:
List comprehensions were the point at which Ruby lost a little of it’s shine for me and I started to think that maybe the future belonged to Python.
I’m running a series of apps (or services) using docker-compose. There’s the elastic stack of elastic, kibana and logstash, then a user interface and finally I’ve got an api sitting between the UI and elastic.