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by Glenn Franxman, Django Developer / Stunt Programmer.


posted: 2006-03-18 03:49:54 perma-link, RSS comments feed

Every day that I spend messing with python and django, I learn something new or find simpler ways of doing things than I've done them in the past.

Tonight I've been experimenting with Django's templating language. I've been building my tag libraries to augment the django's general purpose templating language and data filters for a while now, but today I started really poking around its eqivalent of ObjectGraphNotationLanguage. The stuff I'm doing is really going to change the way we build stuff at work.

At the same time, there are a lot of nasty annoyances/bugs/oversights that are hard to believe. Still, for development it kicks Java J2EE ass any day.

I joke at work that django either rocks or sucks depending on whether it is an odd or even hour. It's almost 4 am now, so I guess I should turn in while it still rocks.



Andre commented, on August 20, 2012 at 10:27 a.m.:

Thanks for the writeup! There dleinitefy could be a more dynamic way to filter the hosts in the future, but for the sake of getting launched I figured price and environment would suffice. It's on my list of things to explore, but probably after a form for adding and editing hosts, and maybe OpenID access. Server location is dleinitefy on my wish list, too.In the meantime, hopefully the ratings themselves will help narrow the field enough. There are only so many hosts getting strong ratings.


Csm commented, on June 27, 2013 at 12:43 p.m.:

Oh, an academic liescne sounds great. This probably would make it so much easier for me to push PyCharm at work. It is really affordable and probably we can even arrange for site liescnes.PyCharm + NumPy + SciPy + Matplotlib kicks Matlab's ass!

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