Understanding Python's yield keyword, decorators, and metaclasses

I'm slowly but surely learning how to code like a proper Pythonista. However there are a few subjects that still cause my eyes to glaze over. »

Web Application Development Frameworks - Part 1

For a long time Ruby on Rails has been the 'cool kid on the block' when it comes to contemporary web application development. A good way to understand what a 'contemporary web application' is to view the list of applications that have already been built on Ruby on Rails (RoR). Some notables in the list are Twitter, Groupon, Funny or Die, and Hulu. That's some good company. »

Coming Soon

I wish I had something more substantial to show here. The fact of the matter is I've been working at a fever pace to get what I'm calling version 1.0 of the Best and Worst Project ready. As I realized tonight, the Python programming language has the uncanny ability to raise my frustration level from 0 to 100 without any effort. In any event, I'll have that fun website ready to show you soon. For now sit tight please. :) »

Working Toward Becoming A Workaholic

Although seemingly antithetical to a healthy lifestyle, I'm in the process of cultivating an addiction to work. This has the end goal of assigning myself the label 'workaholic', with the hoped for side-effect being an increase in works created, produced, and ultimately visible for display and sharing. »

How I Make My Week of Links

The first few times I was formatting my 'Week of Links' post I had a very loose and chaotic system in place. Most of my reading is done through my Google Reader account, which helps centralize all the different websites and blog feeds into one place. This way, instead of having to load 10+ websites every day to catch up on news, I am able to go to my Google Reader and read all my news in one neat location. »

The Best and The Worst Project

A little while ago I wrote a post that had an idea for a list of ‘best things’ and ‘worst things’. It was a quirky idea based off then-recent observations of my over-use of the phrases ‘the best!’ and ‘the worst!’. »