Activity tagged “for:holovaty”
I've been pirated! I'm so happy about this that I can barely contain myself!
I'd forgotten about this episode (from late 1998) until it was re-run this weekend. Very apropos to the current amateur cartography craze. The first act is especially wonderful
The Times finally gets a clue. Welcome to the real Internet, folks.
Yes, there are docs for perlbal; you just need to know where to look. Also see the example configs (up a level and over).
National Bridge Inventory data from the FHA. 2000-2006 data; incredibly clean.
Oh, man… this is *perfect*!
Daytime tear-jerking, now powered by Django.
Catch a sneak peak at the new design of ljworld.com. Launching site-wide this week, Murphy willing.
“All the convenience methods and syntactical sugar that makes Rails such a pleasure for coders ends up being absolutely punishing, performance-wise.” That, right there, is why Django is written the way it is.
Adrian has a new fan.
A good collection of stories from Django users. Gives me the warm fuzzies :)
These guys have some interesting ideas about Python Packaging.
Yet another benchmark of web frameworks, and yet another win for Django (this time it comes out around 3x faster than any of the alternatives).
reST —> ODT converter. Works very well, unlike some of the other converters in the docutils sandbox.
Some very good reasons to use Django.
Awesome - Django on a PDA
A very well done screencast introducing Django.
Apparently San Diego State has a class on Django (with a link to my Google talk…). Cool.
“His impressive streak, however, came under threat from Germany’s Ortmann, who was also unbeaten in four games before facing Django.”
Mike's spin on database journalism. It's a great look at the same stuff Adrian's been talking about the the point of view of a (mostly) non-geek. Why can't all our clients be this cool?
This is a pretty strong argument that Django should do default template escaping. Guess I'm starting to change my mind.