1. My Review of Two Scoops of Django [ALPHA]

  2. Tue 22 January 2013
  3. Disclaimer

    I had an early access preview of this book, and I was a reviewer of it. I've only seen the Alpha version of the book, I can't say what is or will be a part of the Beta release. My review of the book was more 'django ...

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  4. Zero to Django in 4 months - What I've learned - Part 3

  5. Wed 28 November 2012
  6. These two projects, primarily the second project presented many challenges. This was good and bad. I work best when challenged, but the stress level often went to 11. The challenges were compounded by the fact that I was 1) learning Django, 2) learning Python 3) know no Ajax, 4) know ...

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  7. My uWSGI-Nginx-Django Configuration

  8. Tue 09 October 2012
  9. I'm writing this as a result of finding numerous how-to's that in my experience, did not work. What exists below, does work, in fact, is serving public/production sites right now.

    I'm not saying this is the only way to make this work, I'm just saying ...

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  10. Zero to Django in 4 months - What I've learned - Part 1

  11. Fri 05 October 2012
  12. Four months ago I started working on a Django project. Little did I know what I was getting myself into. In four months I have completed two Django projects. This blog post is an attempt to sort of show the progression of n00b to less of a n00b (I still ...

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  13. Migrating an existing database to South on Gondor.io

  14. Sun 29 July 2012
  15. I'm learning Django. I'm learning A LOT! A part of that learning is making mistakes, making educated guesses and WTF were you thinking?! There comes a point where the project is far enough along, enough data exists, if you're messing with your models, you don't want ...

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  16. New Site, New Look, Same Content

  17. Fri 22 June 2012
  18. It seems like Python static site generators are the new Python web frameworks. No one liked what existed, so everyone decided to create their own. Spirit of open source, this is neither good nor bad, just depends on how you look at it. Not the purpose of this post though ...

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