FYI – I am currently in the process of migrating my Blogger and Google+ content to WordPress.com, and so far, it is going well. The biggest challenge is landing posts in the right categories – but a little tweaking of the category names, or editing of the export files before the import, goes a long way.
This practical demonstration will help you to understand how to implement CRUD (CREATE, READ, UPDATE and DELETE) operations functionality in Python with SQL database.
7 mistakes explained on a single example…
A collection of 12 aerial panoramas from various mountain areas in Norway.
4,573 Followers, 293 Following, 33 Posts – See Instagram photos and videos from Ginger cat & vizsla mutts (@ginger_cat_and_vizslas)
Another social media site created in the wake of the G+ ShutDown.
I am testing it as https://youme.social/-LarsFosdal
Very, very fresh. Not all paint is dry yet. It has a decent look and feel but could use some tweaking. Unfortunately, it is also still walled in, meaning posts are hidden until you log in.
The great thing about G+ was the ability share in public, relink in other media, and view posts without having to log in.
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If you do databases and user data, you need to deal with GDPR.
“Everything you need to know about EU GDPR (European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation) in order for your organisation to become compliant.”