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 […]

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 […]

Running a blog is the sort of work one is inclined to think would be easy. And it is, but only in relative terms – in comparison to working in a coal mine, for instance. But in terms of how you’ll actually be thinking of it, well, it’ll soon turn out to be one helluva lot harder than you’ve convinced yourself it’ll be. Sure, you can do it from home, […]