Don’t be afraid of writing migrations
Development • Apr 04, 2016 •
Django migrations are complex. They do a lot for you but sometimes you need to tell ‘em how to do things. There’s no reason to be afraid of that, though.
Syntax highlighting for Django’s SQL query logging
Development • Jan 30, 2016 •
Django provides a logger for all SQL queries you run and adds syntax highlighting to the console output.
Update: The Necessity of Configuration and System Management Tools
Development • Aug 01, 2015 •
Over the last months I wrote my Master’s Thesis which I’m publishing with this post.
Django 1.7: Database Migrations done right
Development • Sep 17, 2014 •
About two weeks ago Django 1.7 was released with a lot of new and shiny features, such the App Loading Refactoring, Custom Lookups, the Checks Framework the...
Django file and memory mail back-end for tests
Development • Sep 15, 2014 •
Whenever you write unit or integration tests for your Django application that involves sending mails, you end up with the LocMem mail back-end as a default...
Using Elasticsearch as Relational Data Storage
This blog post is about a university project Alex and I have been developing over the last months as part of our Master studies using AngularJS and Elasticsearch.
CC BY-NC 2.0 by David Lifson
Development • Oct 01, 2013 •
Article image:

CC BY-NC 2.0 by David Lifson

Djangodash is a coding contest where teams have 48 hours time to start and sprint a project. We worked on a website to host cookiecutter projects.
CC BY-SA 2.0 DE by Jcornelius
Development • Jun 14, 2013 •
Article image:

CC BY-SA 2.0 DE by Jcornelius

A small Python application to fetch departures from the BVG website.
Development • Nov 24, 2012 •
This post is the last post of the blog series about the student research paper CloudRAID. It summarizes the pros and cons and provides some prospects that...
Don’t be afraid of writing migrations
Development • Apr 04, 2016 •
Django migrations are complex. They do a lot for you but sometimes you need to tell ‘em how to do things. There’s no reason to be afraid of that, though.
Update: The Necessity of Configuration and System Management Tools
Development • Aug 01, 2015 •
Over the last months I wrote my Master’s Thesis which I’m publishing with this post.
Django file and memory mail back-end for tests
Development • Sep 15, 2014 •
Whenever you write unit or integration tests for your Django application that involves sending mails, you end up with the LocMem mail back-end as a default...
CC BY-NC 2.0 by David Lifson
Development • Oct 01, 2013 •
Article image:

CC BY-NC 2.0 by David Lifson

Djangodash is a coding contest where teams have 48 hours time to start and sprint a project. We worked on a website to host cookiecutter projects.
Development • Nov 24, 2012 •
This post is the last post of the blog series about the student research paper CloudRAID. It summarizes the pros and cons and provides some prospects that...
Syntax highlighting for Django’s SQL query logging
Development • Jan 30, 2016 •
Django provides a logger for all SQL queries you run and adds syntax highlighting to the console output.
Django 1.7: Database Migrations done right
Development • Sep 17, 2014 •
About two weeks ago Django 1.7 was released with a lot of new and shiny features, such the App Loading Refactoring, Custom Lookups, the Checks Framework the...
Using Elasticsearch as Relational Data Storage
This blog post is about a university project Alex and I have been developing over the last months as part of our Master studies using AngularJS and Elasticsearch.
CC BY-SA 2.0 DE by Jcornelius
Development • Jun 14, 2013 •
Article image:

CC BY-SA 2.0 DE by Jcornelius

A small Python application to fetch departures from the BVG website.
Don’t be afraid of writing migrations
Development • Apr 04, 2016 •
Django migrations are complex. They do a lot for you but sometimes you need to tell ‘em how to do things. There’s no reason to be afraid of that, though.
Django 1.7: Database Migrations done right
Development • Sep 17, 2014 •
About two weeks ago Django 1.7 was released with a lot of new and shiny features, such the App Loading Refactoring, Custom Lookups, the Checks Framework the...
CC BY-NC 2.0 by David Lifson
Development • Oct 01, 2013 •
Article image:

CC BY-NC 2.0 by David Lifson

Djangodash is a coding contest where teams have 48 hours time to start and sprint a project. We worked on a website to host cookiecutter projects.
Syntax highlighting for Django’s SQL query logging
Development • Jan 30, 2016 •
Django provides a logger for all SQL queries you run and adds syntax highlighting to the console output.
Django file and memory mail back-end for tests
Development • Sep 15, 2014 •
Whenever you write unit or integration tests for your Django application that involves sending mails, you end up with the LocMem mail back-end as a default...
CC BY-SA 2.0 DE by Jcornelius
Development • Jun 14, 2013 •
Article image:

CC BY-SA 2.0 DE by Jcornelius

A small Python application to fetch departures from the BVG website.
Update: The Necessity of Configuration and System Management Tools
Development • Aug 01, 2015 •
Over the last months I wrote my Master’s Thesis which I’m publishing with this post.
Using Elasticsearch as Relational Data Storage
This blog post is about a university project Alex and I have been developing over the last months as part of our Master studies using AngularJS and Elasticsearch.
Development • Nov 24, 2012 •
This post is the last post of the blog series about the student research paper CloudRAID. It summarizes the pros and cons and provides some prospects that...