There's a few parts of the web application stack I'd like to explore a bit more, to build my knowledge and keep up to date, as well as showcase my work in an open source example project.
Combining my historical interests in coding, and art.
Simon Willison is one of the folks that reminds me periodically, I should post here more. He recently shared https://simonwillison.net/2022/Nov/6/what-to-blog-about/ again, and here we are.
Learn a bit about a way to think about Mastodon philosophically and a bit about running an instance.
For around 18 years I have been participating in the Open Source web development community, concentrating on back-end web development, including content management, knowledge sharing/management, and online learning communities.
Definitely includes besides web specific stuff, general Python stuff, games, educational technology.
Django Q and some interesting projects.
So far I am really loving Peregrine, just the right amount of CMS structure for me to expand upon.
I think moving to Saturdays could work. Let’s see where this goes. Keep reading for great tips on using git diff! Well I didn’t post on Saturday, but I think there’s still some good stuff in here.
Escaping Wordpress with Wagtail, tests, and plotting.
I have pulled out some draft notes from July I forgot to publish. Documentation, logging, and build scripts.
Learning python and other handy resources
Configuration Management for Python. Pandas visualization.
A bunch of stuff?