GNU nano is a popular command-line text editor that is included in most Linux distributions. The interface is comparable to GUI-based text editors, which makes nano a popular choice for those who find vi or emacs commands non-intuitive.
In this video, Josh from KeepItTechie shows you how to install and use Calendso, the open source Calendly alternative. With Calendso, you are in charge of your own data, workflow and appearance.
In this video, instructor Jose Portilla shows how to deploy a Django application to a Linode server. This excerpt is part of Jose's full course available on Udemy. You can get a discount for the course at the following link https://www.udemy.com/course/django-and-python-full-stack-developer-masterclass/?couponCode=LINODE_YOUTUBE
In Part 2 of this continuation of Justin Mitchel's Python Web App From Scratch Series, Justin teaches intermediate concepts that will take your web app to the next level. Watch the first series here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_jk2UtVMZY&list=PLTnRtjQN5iearIo2_C-2sr1ZqUHbS3Snh and be sure to subscribe to catch the rest of this series.