Content tagged graveyard

Notes for week 35 and 36 of 2021

Graveyard Release Party and Job hunt Read more

Notes for week 33 and 34 of 2021

Sportsing around Read more

Notes for week 19 of 2021

Graveyard & hash algorithms Read more

Notes for Week 15 of 2021

Graveyard and Hugo Read more

Notes for Week 14 of 2021

Working with Garmin and Strava, redoing my old site in Django. Read more

Tie Guan Yin #11-25

A batch of 15 new episodes that got me closer to a useful site. Read more

Tie Guan Yin #08-10

Three new episodes of Tie Guan Yin focused on HTML rendering Read more

Tie Guan Yin #07

I did a shortened live coding session as an episode 7 of The Graveyard of Tie Guan Yin. I focused on a single thing: PHP code archeology to discover how the old site escapes and presents HTML. Armed with that knowledge, I recreated an acceptable interim solution for the new Django version. That will have to stay on until we’re far enough that old version can be shut down and we can clean up the current mess. Read more

Tie Guan Yin #06

I did another live coding as an episode 6 of The Graveyard of Tie Guan Yin. Topics covered: Serving static files on Heroku with Django Disabling security to be able to serve the project without TLS Setting up email delivery Setting up password reset Testing the view with Django’s test client The Graveyard of Tie Guan Yin is a webcast series where I drink tea and refactor my old Czech website (that is due for its 20th anniversary next year) into an open-source project. Read more

Tie Guan Yin #05

I did another live coding as an episode 5 of The Graveyard of Tie Guan Yin. Topics covered: Deploying a an existing Django project to Heroku and its configuration Converting Django project with file-based settings.py to accept environment variables Attempting to connect the project to database hosted in RDS The Graveyard of Tie Guan Yin is a webcast series where I drink tea and refactor my old Czech website (that is due for its 20th anniversary next year) into an open-source project. Read more


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