This morning I setup code folding in Emacs with the bundled HideShow mode.
I am highlighting here some of the better tech talks I watched over the last year, specifically picking out the ones that really get the wheels spinning on a philosophical level.
I developed this plugin while working on one of my projects. Since I couldn't find a plugin that could have solved a all of my use cases, I decided to develop my own.
After watching Yehuda Katz's talk "Writing Code That Doesn't Suck" I was convinced to read "Interface-Oriented Design" by Ken Pugh. Combined, the video and the book greatly enhanced my understanding of what it means to write clean, pluggable, and well tested software.
How to deploy a django site using on WebFaction shared hosting. Covers using the Django's sitesframework, email settings, git, pip, virtualenv, apache, staticfiles, compression.
* Grab the nearest book. * Open it to page 56. * Find the fifth sentence.
At the height of the political and financial unrest surrounding us, we are extremely ecstatic to launch Insatsu, our design and development freelance collective. This is a time of transition and an opportunity for a new beginning, not only for us, but for the rest of the world as well.