Simplify your NodeJS development flow with docker-compose

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At Atlassian, we have a quarterly company-wide hackathon called ShipIt. On the last one (a few days ago), I got together with two of my colleagues and decided to try and build a HipChat addon. We wanted to explore the new glances and addons capabilities and see if we could build something cool with them.

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Generate a Twitter oauth2 token with python

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This took me a while to figure out, so I’m sharing it here in case you ever need a Twitter OAUTH2 token (e.g to reenable previews on your HipChat Server)

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Share files using HipChat and python

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Sharing files via HipChat is a very useful feature. However, it’s on my opinion, one of the hardest APIs to use. Here’s an example of how to do it in python:

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Make your module available from pypi

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Once you have a module that can be pip installed from git, the next logical step is to make it available directly from pypi. Doing this will allow your users to install your module locally by simply calling: pip install your-module , instead of having to deal with git repository access and addresses.

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Set the title of your terminal

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If you’re anything like me, you always have multiple terminal tabs open at any given time. As soon as I have 5 or 6 tabs open, it becomes impossible to remember what I have running on each tab.

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