Developers and Sysadmin are 2 different jobs but as passionate Computer geek I have to admit that some tasks are border-line. Shouldn't a good sysadmin know how to automatize some tasks with a scripting programming language? and shouldn't a good developer know how and why his/her stuff works differently in production and how to monitor it?
Coming from the Ruby on Rails world where You can have a blog running in 5 minutes :D everything is so modular and condensed. By default You start with a webapp with Sqlite up and working, but probably nobody use this database in production and even though nobody forbid it, You should make your "hands dirty" configuring a PostgreSQL or Mysql database.
Let's start with some boring but useful tweaks.A custom local DNS with DNSmasq
You can embed any site you want in /etc/hosts but it's hard to share this configuration among other devices, PCs in your LAN, tablets, smartphones you need to test your webapp on.
This local "man in the middle" DNS is useful to map Your intranet and development websites.
request -> DNS server ->...
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