Working from home has changed quite a lot during 2020. It is now the new lifestyle for some of us and some more than others.
I spend most of my day sitting in front of my computer, coding my day away. It doesn’t matter what kind of work it is as long as I’m getting it done.
In the final part of this tutorial, we’ll talk about how to set up a secure HTTPS connection on Apache with an SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt.
In the previous part of this tutorial, we set up and configured Django. With everything now set up, it is time to install and configure Apache.
In the previous tutorial we got PuTTY and FileZilla set up. In this tutorial, we’ll be focusing on using the Shell terminal to get Django installed and set up.
In the first part of this tutorial, we set up a DreamCompute Instance. In this part, we’ll walk through connecting to the system Shell and SFTP.
In this five-part tutorial, I’m going to show you how to deploy a Django application to DreamCompute on Ubuntu with Apache and an SSL certificate.
It has been roughly a month now since I’ve graduated and with some time to reflect and recover, I thought it’d be a good idea to look back on my experience.