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Link roundup 10

By : Thejaswi Puthraya

  • Troy Sobotka has a blog post on why GIMP is inadequate in the real world. Slightly worrying post.
  • Kevin McCarthy has an article on "How 3 companies (Yammer, Proxlet and Bocoup) use Node.js"
  • Pingdom has released a jaw-dropping article on "The Internet in 2010". A whopping 107 trillion emails were sent in the year!
  • Mathias Meyer has an exhaustive item on the different levels of monitoring with examples of services and software.
  • Yann Malet has written a neat post on how to write custom filters integrated into the django admin with a few lines of HTML.
  • bebraw on reddit ...

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Link roundup 9

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Welcome to the first post of 2011!

  • The Eldarion Team has launched "Gondor: An effortless production django hosting". Currently, it is in private beta and going by the homepage sounds very exciting.
  • PK Shiu has graphically explained the workflow of South, the most preferred migration tool for django.
  • Andy McKay has written an article on how to integrate bleach, an HTML whitelist and sanitizer with django. Rather than escaping the user's input completely (like innocuous formatting tags), it escapes only the risky tags like script tags.
  • There is an interesting article on O'Reilly Answers on "5 Things You ...

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Link roundup 8

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  • Django Dose community catchup episode #32 is out. Listen to it here.
  • Luke Plant has released a django app called django-anonymizer. It anonymizes sensitive data like customer information while maintaining the database structure intact.
  • Armin Ronacher who contends that web development is dangerous (and rightly so!) blogs about the common mistakes made by a web developer.
  • John Anderson has a very interesting post on "Tips and Tricks for the Python Interpreter". Must read!
  • Charles Leifer has written a generic app to provide for auto-completion of django models. Currently, it supports the solr, redis and sql database backends.
  • Kyle Neath has ...

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Link roundup for week ending 24/12/2010

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It's been a while since we posted a link roundup. With holidays starting soon, we thought of advancing the post.

  • In the second part of the series the Open Source team at The Washington Times writes about "App-centric django development". Here they discuss the files required for a complete app.
  • Are you a full-stack programmer? Interesting article by Carlos Bueno of Facebook on the various interconnections in computing.
  • Daniel Greenfeld wrote a post on why he prefers stupid template languages. His post received reactions from Armin Ronacher, author of Jinja2, Mike Bayer of Mako and Steve Holden, chairman of ...

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Link roundup for week ending 26/11/2010

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  • In Washington Times' article on app-centric django development, they discuss the pros and cons of breaking your project into multiple apps.
  • Luke Plant writes how class based views in django views makes the code feel a bit like Ravioli (too many small classes with difficulty locating and identifying their functionality).
  • While we are at Ravioli, here is an interesting presentation about "How to stop writing Spaghetti code" in node.js.
  • Eric Holscher has a post on how to use Haystack search to index non-database content.
  • Facebook has written a blog post on "The underlying technology of Messages". Most of the ...

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Link Roundup for week ending 19/11/2010

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Link Roundup for week ending 12/11/2010

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  • jQuery 1.4.4 and jQuery mobile alpha 2 were released this week. Progress on the jQuery mobile development seems to be very brisk at the moment.
  • Eric Holscher wrote a series of posts on building a django app server with Chef.
  • Do you generally have a tough time deciphering captchas? TextCaptcha is a service that uses text based questions to separate the humans from machines. It's got an API too!
  • Django Dose community catchup Episode #30 is out. Check it out today.
  • All references to the project name from the imports in the django tutorial have been removed ...

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Link Roundup for week ending 5/11/2011

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  • Jacob Kaplan-Moss has a beautiful article on concrete inheritance vs abstract models for inheritance. Must read!
  • Charles Leifer, the current maintainer of Django Snippets has an exhaustive blog post on setting up search using the Solr backend for Haystack.
  • Chris Heilmann has an interesting video on "Reasons to be Cheerful: being a web developer is awesome!"
  • Andy McKay defends the plain old non-reusable Django apps as they are easy to write, rapid to develop and have very little boilerplate code.
  • Piotr Malinski has a blog post on how to use web based image editors within django apps.
  • Derek Gathright shows ...

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Link Roundup for week ending 22/10/2010

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Link Roundup for week ending 15/10/2010

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This is the first in a series of posts where we share links aggregated from popular sources, tools we use, projects we work on, almost everything related to web development and more....

  • Django's got HMAC signing: These set of changes prevent timing-based attacks and are fully backwards compatible unless you've a short SECRET_KEY.
  • Django's got more committers and they are already hard at work!
  • The django tests have been upgraded to use the unittest2 module. Phew! Lots of work has gone in the past couple of weeks. It just means one thing, the 1.3 alpha window ...

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