This might be the kind of problem only I have, but I thought I’d share in case others are in a similar pickle.
In the last post we talked about Model Inheritance with regards to Abstract Model Classes, it was a great introduction into using OOP with your models to keep your code slim and tidy.
2015 was a good year. No, it was a GREAT year:
- Chris and I finally took the plunge and did Sentry full-time.
Progress on Django Channels, and working out how the different parts will talk to each other.
I’ve been working on Django Channels over the last few weeks, mainly on
settling things down into more of a final shape than they’ve been up to this
point – and I’d like to discuss some of the progress that’s happening, and
the reasoning behind it.
Headsupper.io is a free GitHub webhook service that emails people when commits have the configurable keyword “headsup” in it.
Model inheritance is a very useful and powerful feature of django, but used incorrectly it can cause a lot of confusion. Lets go ahead and take a look at some of those.
Moya’s template language is a spiritual successor to Django, and Jinja templates. It borrows a number of constructs from both, and adds a few of its own.
I’ve had a blog on my vanity domain for nearly a decade now. For the last 6 years, it has been powered by Django Techblog, which I wrote out of my frustration with syntax highlighting plugins in Wordpress.
My client, WildFoundry, is looking for an experienced Python developer to join us. We work in the field of IoT, and you will get to work with a variety of really cool technologies.
Conferences have been a fundamental part of me becoming a professional developer.
Having a network of people you know personally in a professional context is a huge advantage.