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.
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.
SSL All The Things In Python
Development • Sep 10, 2016 •
Getting SSL / TLS right is hard. As an update to my DjangoCon US 2016 talk here’s how you use Python’s SSL library.
DjangoCon US 2016: SSL All The Things
Development • Jul 19, 2016 •
Over the last few years SSL/TLS encryption of websites has risen tremendously. The Let’s Encrypt organization makes that pretty easy. And you can use it.
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.
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?
SSL All The Things In Python
Development • Sep 10, 2016 •
Getting SSL / TLS right is hard. As an update to my DjangoCon US 2016 talk here’s how you use Python’s SSL library.
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.
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.
DjangoCon US 2016: SSL All The Things
Development • Jul 19, 2016 •
Over the last few years SSL/TLS encryption of websites has risen tremendously. The Let’s Encrypt organization makes that pretty easy. And you can use it.
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.
"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.
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.
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.
SSL All The Things In Python
Development • Sep 10, 2016 •
Getting SSL / TLS right is hard. As an update to my DjangoCon US 2016 talk here’s how you use Python’s SSL library.
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?
DjangoCon US 2016: SSL All The Things
Development • Jul 19, 2016 •
Over the last few years SSL/TLS encryption of websites has risen tremendously. The Let’s Encrypt organization makes that pretty easy. And you can use it.