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Never Enough: From Barista to Billionaire (physical copy and audiobook)
I liked Andrew Wilkinson's podcast interviews and new podcast enough to pick up his book. I liked it, but don't buy it expecting it to be a business book. There are some good, how to not be a shitty person moments in it.

Django for Beginners, 5th Edition: Build Modern Web Applications with Python (physical copy)
A friend and business partner wrote it, so I bought a copy to properly review it. It's good if you want to learn Django or need a good

The 2-Hour Cocktail Party: How to Build Big Relationships with Small Gatherings (physical copy and audiobook)
This isn't written to be a business and marketing book, but it's honestly one of the better ones I have read. It will teach you how to host parties and network with old and new friends. It's also a damn good book about human psychology, and if you have customers, it will light up several lightbulb moments for you.

Poor Charlie's Almanac (audiobook)
I bought this audiobook, but I haven't gotten around to listening to it yet.

They also support webhooks, which is an interesting way to save emails or handle them from your web app. If you are doing anything in AI, have these emails saved is useful.

Also, if you get big enough to hire someone to help with support, it's nice having email built into your apps.

forwardemail.net/en/free-emai…

Gmail or Mimestream but you can forward them anywhere.

Forwardemail also supports sending via SMTP which covers all of my password resets and app notification needs.

They also support webhooks, which is an interesting way to save emails or handle them from your web app. If you are doing anything in AI, have these emails saved is useful.

Also, if you get big enough to hire someone to help with support, it's nice having email built into your apps.

forwardemail.net/en/free-emai…

I use Forwardemail for dozens of domains and it's great. It's cheap and reliable. I use it to deliver to gmail + fastmail to make it manageable.

Cloudflare might have something in beta too that's email related and might be worth checking out if you already use their products.

forwardemail.net

What email client do you use with this?

Gmail or Mimestream but you can forward them anywhere.

Forwardemail also supports sending via SMTP which covers all of my password resets and app notification needs.

They also support webhooks, which is an interesting way to save emails or handle them from your web app. If you are doing anything in AI, have these emails saved is useful.

Also, if you get big enough to hire someone to help with support, it's nice having email built into your apps.

forwardemail.net/en/free-emai…

Docker has a really good Python API that does the container interactions you want: docker-py.readthedocs.io/en/s…

If you prefer JS, they might have one too.

I would start with it and then wrap your own REST api around it via FastAPI or your framework of choice. I bet it's not a huge lift.

Hmmm, another interesting approach, if i decided to go ahed using dockers in some instance, that definelly could take care of API to that job.

Thank you

Start with www.privacypolicies.com because their free plan is good enough to get started. They are cheap and worth paying for.

If your project takes off, you should have enough revenue to afford a lawyer to modify these to fit your needs better.

I default to Docker Compose not because I love Docker, but because I never want to mess with a local install of Postgres, Redis, MySQL, or whatever new thing comes out. I don't want to spend any time provisioning or caring about any of these services and Compose just works for me.

I second Docker Compose for services

As a long-time user, I don't really use pending todos. Several of mine are from projects I gave up during the pandemic and never got around to cleaning them up.

I can see why people like them, but 99% of mine are in GitHub Issues and I try to remember to come back and do a post update here.