Temperature Tracking Script
Borg Backup - Shell script to create regular backups (can e.g. be called hourly by cron).
Contracts in Python
The build watcher: Automatically rebuild Pelican content as files change.
Finding circular dependencies in your SQLAlchemy data scheme
Ebay Ads - Bot. Because who wants to write messages by hand...
Eight Queens Problem Solved using Common Table Expressions
Python: Dictionary Value Exporter
The Hacker School Effect
A map-reduce class in Python, with the typical "hello, world!" word-counting example. You can download ulysses.txt file used in the example here: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/4300
Get the active window in Gtk using the wnck library.
A Flask decorator that takes a response with JSON content and converts it to a well-formatted JSONP response.
Sometimes you just need an SQL table filled with some natural numbers. Here's a simple & brute-force solution that will work on ANY SQL dialect. It returns a table with an arbitrary number of natural numbers, provided this number is equal to 10.000... I used this on ExaSOL, where most Oracle / MSSQL magic does not work.
Simple functions to calculate expected number of failures and workload in systems that can process a given number of subscribers in parallel, using a binomial distribution model to simulate subscriber behavior. Applicable e.g. to web servers & cellphone base stations.
A Redis-based distributed lock class, based on the solution proposed by Chris Lamb (https://chris-lamb.co.uk/posts/distributing-locking-python-and-redis).
Scripts for getting the full list of Github users (get_all_github_users.py) and for retrieving the details of these users (get_github_user_details.py) using the Github API.
A small Python script to generate random color sequences, e.g. for use in plotting. Just call the "generate_new_color(existing_colors,pastel_factor)" function to generate a random color that is (statistically) maximally different from all colors in "existing_colors". The "pastel_factor" parameter can be used to specify the "pasteliness"(?) of the produced colors (please, don't you chose 0...)
Hierarchical Pie Chart