In the second part of this series we put together our models for this project, and also introduce the Django testing framework.
The first article of an eight article series on using Django to create apps that exist simultaneously as independent web applications and as Facebook applications. This segment covers putting together our development setup.
The third segment of The Art of Teaching English Poorly. No more stellar than the first two, probably a bit worse, in-fact. Reflections on the people around the protagonist on a shuttle bus towards an airport.
Its a rare month that I don't find some angry article about the problems of universities in America. If only they did X, or they implemented policy Y. I have a suspicion though, that the fault with American universities lies in a much broader social problem.
Sometimes we find relief in life's nuances... simply because they are predictable when nothing else can be relied upon. Part two of Zen and the Art of Teaching English Poorly.
Chapter one of Zen and the Art of Teaching English Poorly. On beginnings.
Sometimes the urge to write strikes you, and you have to take that opportunity when its there. It won't always pan out. But thats expected.
A rather rough and tumble walkthrough for using Django and JQuery to make autocomplete input fields.
I've been working on a Facebook application with a couple of friends recently. We decided to use PyFacebook library, but there was a brief period of intense confusion on my part about how to use the PyFacebook library without the included middleware. I worked through it, though, and this article has some advice on how you can do the same.
A slight typo deleted all the images on the server... they'll be coming back soon.
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