Activity tagged “ego”
Gregg Pollack asked speakers at OSCON to summarize their talks in 30 seconds and cut them together into an awesome roundup of what OSCON's all about. I'm in this one, but it's still good.
We rock, and now I've got statistics to prove it.
GvR: “Django is […] a pretty darn good web framework that matches my style of developing, it is also an exemplary example of a good open source project, run by people who really understand community involvement.”
Randel Schwartz interviewed me about Django at OSCON. I think it went pretty well; listen and judge for yourself.
Shabda's been interviewing all the core Django devs; this week it was my turn.
In which people say nice things about me on reddit. Really!
Apparently I'm a “celebrity” (for some value of the term, at least) on reddit.
A nice story about file-sharing culture here in Lawrence, with a cameo by Yours Truely.
Happy birthday to us!
“I find it very easy to pick out sites created with Rails, they mostly have a similar feel. Looking through the gallery I don't find the same thing with Django sites.” Man, am I glad to hear that!
Featuring a picture from PyCon by yours truly. Now if I could just get Engadget to respect the attribution clause of the photo's license…
Apparently San Diego State has a class on Django (with a link to my Google talk…). Cool.
Look, Kotter got my name wrong!
Video of the talk I gave at Google last week.
My OSCON session
My OSCON tutorial
Our publishing system — built on Django — grows a web site of its very own.
Video and audio from the Snakes and Rubies event
Come work for us!
“… at a time when newspapers big and small are facing financial and journalistic crossroads, media analysts say The Journal-World, with a circulation of just 20,000, offers guidelines for moving forward.”
I’ve got a couple of sweet upcoming speaking/teaching gigs coming up, and now I’m going to pimp them out.