I recently was tasked with importing an ASP.net db backup file into Django with Postgres. Besides the frustrating hassle of using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to export ~7000 rows of users into a CSV file so I could load it into Django, I had to figure out what to do with the passwords ...READ MORE
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The CherryPy Python web framework is an incredibly cool way to develop web applications. However, since it is a server in itself, you must have your own ...READ MORE
With Django projects, there are several commands that need to be executed every time you deploy an update. Typically, you need to do a git pull, then collect static ...READ MORE
Well after years of having a website that I made in college being on the web, I finally decided to get a real site up and running. The old one was pretty terrible (although when I made it, I thought it was pretty much amazing), it was written in plain PHP, with most pages just ...READ MORE