Django’s all about two things: efficiency, and accessibility. Once you’ve gotten started on it, you’ll find yourself settling into a routine pretty quick. It’s just slick like that. Still, you might find yourself wondering just what sort of workflow is the very slickest – in this day and age, we’re ever looking for ways to be more efficient. Here’s a few pointers to help you find your way toward which […]

Think working together is just common sense? Maybe it is, in theory; but there’s an issue plaguing most industries that, really, has existed since civilisation began: the clash of the arts and the sciences. Most web developers and graphic designers don’t think they’ll have any issues working with each other – until they actually have to. Writing code and picking colour schemes require pretty different trains of thought – trains […]

Here’s the thing about things called Django: they tend to have very simple ambitions – whether it’s cleaning up Western towns, freeing slaves, building the gypsy jazz style, or, in the case of the Django we’re concerned with, making a simple programming language even easier to use. Python programmers Adrian Holovaty and Simon Willison created Django in 2003. Naming it after Jean “Django” Reinhardt, a Belgian musician who revolutionised jazz […]

KPIs. Key Performance Indicators. That’s a good alt-rock band name. More relevantly, it’s also essential for the success of any business, big or small. And just like most essential things – like your stock market investments, or the colour of your curtains – you have to make sure that you’re making the right choice out of the vast amount of possibilities. And really, all said and done, nobody can really […]