Multiple database connection: a simple use case

Posted by: barbara | Date: Oct 15, 2008 | Category: Django
A few days ago, I posted (here and on Google's Django Users group) about my particular multi-DB situation. In brief, we have two different projects (and possibly more going forward) that have unique codebases and separate databases, but will share at least one object, a common type of content.

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An as-yet unsolved multi-DB problem

Posted by: barbara | Date: Oct 09, 2008 | Category: Django
Originally posted to the Django users group:

    "We're building a couple of different projects - one social network-y site, and one that's bloglike. So each has its own unique database, but they do share one common set of content.

    I've created a third ...

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Slimming down your project's admin

Posted by: barbara | Date: Oct 08, 2008 | Category: Django
Speaking of slimming down, I was just at the gym, listening to the most recent episode of This Week in Django on my iPod (not exactly the best workout motivation, but it was what I had with me at the time). In this week's episode, Brian Rosner ...

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Python up there with the Eiffel Tower and Cory Doctorow

Posted by: barbara | Date: Sep 29, 2008 | Category: Geek Humor Python


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Super simple pagination, WITHOUT using Django's Paginator object

Posted by: barbara | Date: Sep 25, 2008 | Category: Django Python
Once again, I've been struggling with pagination. It's not that I don't like Django's Paginator object ... it's that ... well, okay, I don't like it. Anyway, I just needed something painfully simple for this site, and Paginator seemed a little like overkill.

So here's my super-simple ...

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