There are a bunch of great articles out there to help people get a Fabric deployment script written for their Django sites. The following has a couple examples of how to use fabric commands to write a git control workflow helper, and a deployment script that pairs nicely with my Setting up an AWS ec2 instance for Nginx, Django, uWSGI, and MySQL article.
Note: This used to be on my tumblr which I shut down a bit ago. So if it looks familiar, it is.
In response to a previous article which covers custom WordPress plugin structure, How to Write a WordPress Plugin, a reader asked me for the following elaboration.
I’ve noticed that a bunch of the how-to-write-a-plugin articles out there focus on demonstrating the minimum amount of code needed to get a plugin going. Not many focus on good plugin structure or convention. This tutorial explains how to create a class based WordPress plugin that makes sense.