* http://www.spotmybackup.com/ Simple tool to export all your data into a file. Also you can import it into your account. So it could be used to backup your Spotify data (uses json format, only track ids, no titles). * https://www.tunemymusic.com/ It allows to transfer data between different music services and also export to a csv …
https://getoutline.org/ Just a couple of mouse clicks, and it will create a new droplet on DigitalOcean for you (or any other provider from the list). Very easy to install, and works good so far.
Here is the go library that simplifies integration tests with docker containers — https://github.com/testcontainers/testcontainers-go. That’s how you can use it to test sql — https://github.com/testcontainers/testcontainers-go/blob/master/docs/examples/cockroachdb.md. Project documentation — https://golang.testcontainers.org/features/docker_compose/ The idea is to prepare the environment, build your app, then make requests and check the DB state.
You can use env-file parser for running and debugging your app in Jetbrains’ products like Goland. It’s pretty simple and works. https://github.com/Ashald/EnvFile
Sarah Mei «We think awful code is written by awful devs. But in reality, it’s written by reasonable devs in awful circumstances.» (source) So, teamlead is there to improve circumstances.
With speedtests and other nice things. https://github.com/fawick/speedtest-resize I tried these two: https://github.com/disintegration/imaging https://github.com/bamiaux/rez They are quite the same talking about file sizes and imaging is muuch easier to use.
Article says how to make your own CO2 sensor with Arduino and visualize data with Grafana. It’s in Russian. https://ovcharov.me/2018/10/21/co2-sensor-mh-z19b/
Install this application on your TV http://forkplayer.tv/smart-tv/forkplayer/#install. After that start the application, open SMILE BY → Onliner → SEGAZ → IPTV → OnlyBest.
It’s the easiest one you can install on your VPS server. It’s a docker container. https://github.com/schors/tgdante2 You could use VPN for that but it will send all traffic through your VPN endpoint which is not fast. Socks5 proxy uses much less resources and this one is only applicable for telegram now.