What an Operation

Source article: What an Operation This week sees django.db.migrations gain Operations, an Executor, and new command plans. Much of the work on migrations so far has been laying a good bit of groundwork, but now everything is starting to come together into a working whole. The most important thing to land this week is Operations […]

Kruskal’s Algorithm

Source article: Kruskal’s Algorithm I planned to write a serious of posts on working and analysis of some of the basic algorithms. I also planned to give link to a JAVA implementation of the same. I will start off this series by first describing the Kruskal’s Algorithm for finding the cost of the Minimum Spanning […]

Kruskal’s Algorithm

Source article: Kruskal’s Algorithm I planned to write a serious of posts on working and analysis of some of the basic algorithms. I also planned to give link to a JAVA implementation of the same. I will start off this series by first describing the Kruskal’s Algorithm for finding the cost of the Minimum Spanning […]

Webhooks, upload notifications and background image processing

Source article: Webhooks, upload notifications and background image processing Web applications and web APIs are usually programmed to perform requests in a synchronous manner. A common web-based access flow will start with a requester accessing a remote service. The remote service in turn will process the request and quickly return the result.    But sometimes […]

DjangoCon EU 2013

Source article: DjangoCon EU 2013 DjangoCon EU has always been something special. The very first European DjangoCon back in 2009 in Prague was a great start and over the years with Berlin, Amsterstam and Zurich in between in grew and grew and got better and better. This year, DjangoCon made a stop in Warsaw and, […]

A Rhapsody In Warsaw

Source article: A Rhapsody In Warsaw A field, a tent, and a large amount of Polish food – the makings of a great conference. DjangoCon and I have a long history. The very first DjangoCon, back in 2008, was also my very first conference – and I’ve achieved the slightly dubious honour of having attended […]

One to Many

Source article: One to Many As of yesterday, I completed and merged the first of the three upcoming Evennia features I mentioned in my Churning Behind the Scenes blog post: the “Multiple Characters per Player” feature. Evennia makes a strict division between Player (this is an object storing login-info and represents the person connecting to […]

Making Django 1.5 compatible with django-bcrypt

Source article: Making Django 1.5 compatible with django-bcrypt Last night I took the opportunity to upgrade all of getsentry.com to Django 1.5. While most things were fairly trivial to sort out, we hit one less obvious (and pretty critical) bug during the migration surrounding django-bcrypt. This bug would only present itself if you’ve transitioned from […]