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 simple implementation of the war card game in Python, made for an interview some time back.
This entry takes a look at the reasons why you do care about Cappuccino (even if you don't know it yet). Although I doubt you'll end up using Cappuccino on the job anytime soon, it gives us a glimpse at a more flexible and exciting future.
A quick look at how to use Django (and specifically the development server) as a proxy to remove some pain in your life when developing static media changes to an existing site quickly.
We don't know how long we'll live, but we do know our time is limited, and life could be thought of as our endeavor to optimize the economics of our time. Yet, much like the current financial debacle, often the attempt to optimize ends poorly.
This final entry in the Django, jQuery & Ajax series takes a look at implementing as-you-type validation for slug uniqueness. It's a bit briefer than the first three, but leaves the tutorial's Notes app with a bit of Ajax charm.
I'm a developer and I write a little bit. If you're curious about learning more about me, this is a good place to start.
For the past few days I have been working out this project in my head, and I finally sat down this morning to finish the implementation. django_monetize is a pluggable Django application for easily using a diverse array of monetization techniques in your Django project, and also for targeting different ads/monetization options based on the viewer and page content.
xlwt is a great little Python module, this tutorial walks through the steps of using it to create a multi-worksheet Excel with cross-referencing formulas.
Recently I spent a while trying to figure out how to open files in my Cocoa app. Not just open them, but have the correct application launch with that file as an argument. I knew that Carbon achieved this with LaunchServices, but was unsure about the Cocoa equivalent to LaunchServices. But, it turns out to be quite easy to use. (Hint: its NSWorkspace.)
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