Logging Rethought
Misc • Apr 12, 2019 •
We build services used by thousands of people. While uptime monitoring is crucial to deliver a great user experience, understanding what went wrong is...
Less Obvious Things To Do With Django’s ORM
Development • Mar 23, 2019 •
Django’s ORM is powerful and has been for ages. It only became even more powerful over the last years. In this post I want to explore some less-known features.
Setting up a private & secure IRC channel
Misc • Nov 03, 2018 •
While over 30y old, IRC is still used today. A lot because of it’s reliability and configuration options. But those make setting up a private IRC channels hard.
Simple TOTP Bash Script
Development • Aug 10, 2018 •
Most TOTP / 2FA clients are for smartphones. There’s not really an easy / simple one for Linux. Here’s one in Bash
Oh, I Found a Security Issue
Misc • Nov 22, 2017 •
An explanation and insight into Django’s security process and how you can adopt a similar process for your project.
Thoughts About Normal and Abnormal Data
Misc • Oct 27, 2017 •
A lot of data lives in relational databases. And there are relations between records in these databases. Relations that might be normal or abnormal.
Security and Ease-of-Use With Django Templates
Development • Jun 24, 2017 •
Usability is key in modern web applications. But we live in a dangerous world where websites get hacked. Thoughts on pros & cons.
To Index Or Not, That’s Not The Questions
Development • Apr 05, 2017 •
Database indexes are useful. But how do they work? And how does one use them in Django?
"Night View of Grimshaw Architects Seafarers Footbridge at South Wharf, Melbourne" CC BY-SA 2.0 DE by Donaldytong
Most websites require some kind of authentication. Email & password is common but sometimes not enough. In those cases 2FA adds an additional security layer.
Logging Rethought
Misc • Apr 12, 2019 •
We build services used by thousands of people. While uptime monitoring is crucial to deliver a great user experience, understanding what went wrong is...
Setting up a private & secure IRC channel
Misc • Nov 03, 2018 •
While over 30y old, IRC is still used today. A lot because of it’s reliability and configuration options. But those make setting up a private IRC channels hard.
Oh, I Found a Security Issue
Misc • Nov 22, 2017 •
An explanation and insight into Django’s security process and how you can adopt a similar process for your project.
Security and Ease-of-Use With Django Templates
Development • Jun 24, 2017 •
Usability is key in modern web applications. But we live in a dangerous world where websites get hacked. Thoughts on pros & cons.
"Night View of Grimshaw Architects Seafarers Footbridge at South Wharf, Melbourne" CC BY-SA 2.0 DE by Donaldytong
Most websites require some kind of authentication. Email & password is common but sometimes not enough. In those cases 2FA adds an additional security layer.
Less Obvious Things To Do With Django’s ORM
Development • Mar 23, 2019 •
Django’s ORM is powerful and has been for ages. It only became even more powerful over the last years. In this post I want to explore some less-known features.
Simple TOTP Bash Script
Development • Aug 10, 2018 •
Most TOTP / 2FA clients are for smartphones. There’s not really an easy / simple one for Linux. Here’s one in Bash
Thoughts About Normal and Abnormal Data
Misc • Oct 27, 2017 •
A lot of data lives in relational databases. And there are relations between records in these databases. Relations that might be normal or abnormal.
To Index Or Not, That’s Not The Questions
Development • Apr 05, 2017 •
Database indexes are useful. But how do they work? And how does one use them in Django?
Logging Rethought
Misc • Apr 12, 2019 •
We build services used by thousands of people. While uptime monitoring is crucial to deliver a great user experience, understanding what went wrong is...
Simple TOTP Bash Script
Development • Aug 10, 2018 •
Most TOTP / 2FA clients are for smartphones. There’s not really an easy / simple one for Linux. Here’s one in Bash
Security and Ease-of-Use With Django Templates
Development • Jun 24, 2017 •
Usability is key in modern web applications. But we live in a dangerous world where websites get hacked. Thoughts on pros & cons.
Less Obvious Things To Do With Django’s ORM
Development • Mar 23, 2019 •
Django’s ORM is powerful and has been for ages. It only became even more powerful over the last years. In this post I want to explore some less-known features.
Oh, I Found a Security Issue
Misc • Nov 22, 2017 •
An explanation and insight into Django’s security process and how you can adopt a similar process for your project.
To Index Or Not, That’s Not The Questions
Development • Apr 05, 2017 •
Database indexes are useful. But how do they work? And how does one use them in Django?
Setting up a private & secure IRC channel
Misc • Nov 03, 2018 •
While over 30y old, IRC is still used today. A lot because of it’s reliability and configuration options. But those make setting up a private IRC channels hard.
Thoughts About Normal and Abnormal Data
Misc • Oct 27, 2017 •
A lot of data lives in relational databases. And there are relations between records in these databases. Relations that might be normal or abnormal.
"Night View of Grimshaw Architects Seafarers Footbridge at South Wharf, Melbourne" CC BY-SA 2.0 DE by Donaldytong
Most websites require some kind of authentication. Email & password is common but sometimes not enough. In those cases 2FA adds an additional security layer.