python – Deploying a Django application to Heroku – No module named ‘django_project.wsgi

I’m trying to deploy a django application but I keep getting this error: ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘django_project.wsgi’ In fact, here’s the full log: 2022-05-13T14:52:06.436735+00:00 app[web.1]: Traceback (most recent call last): 2022-05-13T14:52:06.436735+00:00 app[web.1]: File “/app/.heroku/python/lib/python3.9/site-packages/gunicorn/”, line 589, in spawn_worker 2022-05-13T14:52:06.436736+00:00 app[web.1]: worker.init_process() 2022-05-13T14:52:06.436736+00:00 app[web.1]: File “/app/.heroku/python/lib/python3.9/site-packages/gunicorn/workers/”, line 134, in init_process 2022-05-13T14:52:06.436736+00:00 app[web.1]: self.load_wsgi() 2022-05-13T14:52:06.436737+00:00 app[web.1]: … Read more

Migrating from Heroku to Render

From time to time, there are words or phrases that I hear repeated enough to the point where I eventually think, “Hmm, I should check this out.” Render was one of those words. On Twitter, I have seen various conversations where people want to migrate from Heroku to another service. Some of the issues people … Read more

.net – A Green Border Around My C# WinForm Application

I created a minimal WinForm Application in C#. Everything Works Fine but for some reason a “Green border” Surrounds My Application. I Pasted the code down below. [program.cs] namespace WinFormsApp1 { internal static class Program { /// <summary> /// The main entry point for the application. /// </summary> [STAThread] static void Main() { // To … Read more

The Evolution of Configuration Management: IaC vs. GitOps

Misconfigurations are the leading cause behind security incidents in Kubernetes-orchestrated or otherwise containerized environments. Without proper configuration in place, applications would run into problems ranging from noncompliance and inconsistencies to performance bottlenecks, security vulnerabilities, and functionality failure. Therefore, configuration management is a critical component in a software development lifecycle for maintaining systems in a desired, … Read more

google chrome – Embedd selenium browser in pyqt5 application

from selenium import webdriver from import Service from import ChromeDriverManager from import By chrome_options = webdriver.ChromeOptions() s=Service(ChromeDriverManager().install()) driver = webdriver.Chrome(service=s,options=chrome_options,service_log_path=”NUL”) #driver.get(“”) original_window = driver.current_window_handle print(original_window) The output of the following code is: Open instantly google chrom in url: Prints the following in the console: ====== WebDriver manager ====== Current google-chrome version … Read more

Path-Based Routing in Render With Kong API Gateway

If you’re building a microservice-backed application, a key benefit is separating the concerns of your application across individual microservices, each with its own ability to scale and encapsulate different functionality. The frontend—ostensibly a single-page application running in your user’s browser—will need access to the microservices that make up your web application. Each service could be … Read more

Rendering a sprite in directx9

Rendering a sprite in directx9 Here a basic code for rendering a sprite in a window but it doesn’t work, could you help me? Code: #include <windows.h> #include <d3d9.h> #include <D3dx9math.h> … Read more

Ultra-fast Microservices: When Microstream Meets W

Microservices have become a buzzword when we talk about creating a scalable application. But is that enough? The simple answer is no. As with any software architecture decision, it has a trade-off and several challenges. Lucky for us Java developers, there is a combination of two tools to make our life easier: Microstream and MicroProfile. … Read more

Setting up an SSL certificate for a MongoDB server that prevents connections from MongoDBCompass and the NodeJS application

I want to add an SSL certificate to my MongoDB server to have an extra level of security. But with the SSL certificate, it is impossible to connect with “MongoDBCompass”. The logs of the connection attempt are : mongodb-mongo-1 | {“t”:{“$date”:”2022-05-07T07:38:56.050+00:00″},”s”:”I”, “c”:”NETWORK”, “id”:22943, “ctx”:”listener”,”msg”:”Connection accepted”,”attr”:{“remote”:”<MY IP>:60502″,”uuid”:”a98dee89-7d5f-443f-965e-1e28ebfce4f7″,”connectionId”:52,”connectionCount”:1}} mongodb-mongo-1 | {“t”:{“$date”:”2022-05-07T07:38:56.072+00:00″},”s”:”I”, “c”:”NETWORK”, “id”:22944, “ctx”:”conn52″,”msg”:”Connection ended”,”attr”:{“remote”:”<MY IP>:60502″,”uuid”:”a98dee89-7d5f-443f-965e-1e28ebfce4f7″,”connectionId”:52,”connectionCount”:0}} mongodb-mongo-1 … Read more

Image Classification: SingleStore DB, Keras, More

Abstract Image classification can have many practical, valuable and life-saving benefits. The “Hello World” of image classification is often considered MNIST and, more recently, Fashion MNIST. This article will use Fashion MNIST and store the images in a SingleStore DB database. We’ll also build an image classification model using Keras and Tensorflow and store the … Read more