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A blog about agile Web development, usability and AI.

Django Tip: Output Smarter From Management Command

Have you ever tried to show the progress of a slow management command with iterative output but everything keeps frustratingly appearing in one go after the script has finished? This is easy to fix.

Hello Gridsome!

The publishing frequency of this blog has been somewhat .. irregular to say the least. The previous attempt to bring it to life didn't quite catch on in the end as a positive problem called life got in the way. But now there's been just too long break from blogging in English for ...

Awakenings

This site and this blog is back from a four year vacation! Unfortunately this was not an easy one; I had a pretty bad burnout. Turns out I'm not the only one in the Python and Webdev community either, which is pretty sad. But, I'm back again :) Old site ran on a dedicated server ...

Small Things Matter

Usability is a big topic but sometimes it can be very small things. Say, one line of JavaScript (well, jQuery in this case): This is a small big thing that is ridiculously easy to implement and yet so underused. I'm currently slowing down the feature development on the MixifyReq ...

How Real Life Data Can Kill An Idea

I had an idea to add tweets from registered DJs to the site homepage to give it more fresh and dynamic feel. So I hacked together a small script that fetched latest tweets from all of the DJs using Twitter API. After taking a quick look of the data, it was quite obvious that in p ...

Quick Guide To Using python-twitter

Twitter doesn't have an official Python client for it's REST API (which requires authentication for every query) but there are plenty of third party options. One of them is python-twitter, which is implements full API but lacks a decent documentation. Here's a full and working co ...
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