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Gitpod.io is free for open-source and has excellent python support.


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I'm afraid I disagree with Basil. Unless there's a real and tangible benefit, I would stick with mySQL. Inevitably, changing from one RDBMS to another will reveal some difference in processing or storage. Don't risk unless there's comparable reward. So many times I've pushed for "the new shiny" only to have it bite me down the line.


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Postgres Postgres ticks all your boxes. Postgres is the world’s most advanced open-source relational database. It is one of the databases most compliant with the SQL standard. Famed for its reliability and faithfulness in not losing your data. Enterprise-levels of quality, performance, and documentation. You can import data from MySQL in multiple ways, ...


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You can get a free-tier instance on a cloud provider like Heroku, and there you could install a Docker container with any RDBMS you like. On Google Cloud Platform you can use FireBase which is a powerful key-value store. No operating system configuration required. You can use Firebase for free (until some thresholds are exceeded). I think there are even ...


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I haven't tried it, but Microsoft Azure is also a competitor in this field, and they do offer Linux hosting. (If you want to host Windows, the license is included on Azure servers.)


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I think a Jelastic PaaS is a solution for you. Its environment transferring feature does exactly what you need - re-assigns applications/projects from one account to another. Also, consider the collaboration feature, which allows sharing your environments with other users for joint development. For example, the use case can be the following - you create a ...


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I don't think there is a specially curated tool available on the Internet. Google site: search can be a way to find similar content available on the website. e.g: site:stackexchange.com + "your content here". Free software tools are not much effective as they are only capable to detect direct plagiarism, but, are unable to detect the variations. Not even ...


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