When you are developing Django, you likely want the most verbose debugging output possible. Django uses the logging levels defined by Python logging module, and defines the logging style in a Python dictionary in settings.py. Read more about Django logging. Example Logging Configuration My favorite logging configuration is to dump the most verbose output possible […]
Bits of knowledge, technical advice, and package recommendations not befitting of a whole blog post. If it takes me a substantial amount of time or effort to search out a solution to a common issue, I'll write about it here.
While I am not an avid Haskell developer, there are some useful software suites (e.g. Pandoc) that are built on it. When managing dependencies for a distributed cloud environment, it is important to have a secure and replicable means of installing Haskell packages with tons of dependencies. So, I went about investigating the relationships between […]
Recently, I found the need to use Anaconda Python from a more sophisticated shell than CMD.exe. If for no other reason than getting a shell that was easier on the eyes, I offered $100 to /r/PowerShell to get it done. The community followed through and we built a pretty good replica of Anaconda’s activate.bat. Our […]
I have been programming Django in Sublime Text 3 for a while, and I always thought the oft-recommended Djaneiro package was way too heavy-handed. Here are my criteria for a Django plugin for Sublime Text 3: I didn’t want bulky version-dependent snippets. Hitting Ctrl+Shift+p with Djaneiro gives you the option to insert around 100 snippets. […]