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Set up markdown editor locally using docker

If you're a writer or a developer who frequently deals with text formatting, you're probably familiar with Markdown. Markdown is a lightweight markup language that allows you to easily format text using simple syntax. While you can write Markdown in any text editor, using a dedicated Markdown editor can make the process much easier and more efficient...

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Scan Code locally using SonarQube

SonarQube is an open-source platform used to manage code quality. It provides static code analysis, which means it can automatically analyze code to detect bugs, vulnerabilities, and code smells (design issues that could lead to problems in the future)...

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Creating Python AWS lambda layer with Docker

When you develop AWS lambda functions, you might feel the need to install additional `python` libraries. This can be achieved using Lambda layers that can be included in any lambda function...

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Debugging Spark Application Locally using remote container

One of the nifty feature in any code development is the ability to debug your application using break points. Submitting a Spark job while waiting for it to complete will waste a lot of time debugging. Spark jobs can be debugging with `break points` and `step over` and `step into` and `step out` commands...

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Connect to an Oracle Database using kerberos with python

Jobs failed! Screamed an automatic failure alert in email inbox. Existing python scripts were failing in the server which fetched data from Oracle database. I wondered if the credentials had changed...

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