Quick and dirty "what I'm reading" plugin

Posted by: bshaurette | Date: Nov 22, 2008 | Category: Django

(Note: that partner id in the absolute_url below is mine. I won't object if you want to use it, but you might be better off signing up for your own: Powells.com Partner Program)

The model:

 class Book(models.Model): RATING_CHOICES = ( ('1', '1'), ('2', '2'), ('3', '3'), ...

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Just a little round-up to remind you I'm alive

Posted by: bshaurette | Date: Nov 20, 2008 | Category: The Internets
I've been head-down, fingers flying, banging away on a top-secret project for the past few weeks, so I haven't really had anything new and revolutionary to post about.

But Eric says we should all blog, so I wanted to share a few of the things I've ...

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Git on Mac OS X

Posted by: bshaurette | Date: Nov 18, 2008 | Category: Git Mac OS X
Okay, forget what I just said about svn on OS X. This week, I'm moving one of my projects into a private repo on github. Why? Well, obviously because it's the new hotness. Because all the kids are doing it? Actually, the answer is "why not?". It can't ...

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Book Meme

Posted by: bshaurette | Date: Nov 12, 2008 | Category: The Internets

"Thus two separate source program files, each of which contains the definition int a; either represent an error (if the linker prohibits duplicate external variables) or will share a single instance of a whether they wanted to share a or not."

C Traps and Pitfalls, Andrew Koenig

Taking the ugly out of Django comments

Posted by: bshaurette | Date: Nov 07, 2008 | Category: Django
Django comments are pretty easy to implement - most of what you need to get access to the app and template tags is covered in the documentation:


Regarding the template tags - you should be able to figure out what properties the ...

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