Monthly Archives: February 2011
I’ve been using Django the past couple of months or so. Like Rails, it’s a “convention over configuration” web framework based on a popular scripting language (in this case Python). I like its flexibility and the fact that it’s easy … Continue reading
Love Android? And Python? Now these two great tastes taste great together, thanks to Scripting Layer for Android (SL4A). Here are some steps to get Python installed on the Android SDK emulator.
JetBrains, the folks that bring you Intellij IDEA, have recently released PyCharm, a Python IDE. I downloaded the 30-day eval copy and thought I’d share my thoughts after using it a few hours.
I’ve spent some time with Django, a really cool python-based web framework. It’s similar to Rails in that it’s easy to get something up and running quickly, but I find it a little easier to understand, and a little less … Continue reading
In my company, a lot of thought is currently being given to identifying and defining commitment areas of what it means to be a good software engineer. Each of these commitment areas would then have bullet-point expected results that the … Continue reading