Fabric task for notifying New Relic of a code deploy
A brief example Fabric task for notify New Relic of code deploys.read more
Switched to Pelican
For the last four years, my blog has been powered by Django. As I have found myself becoming more and more busy, I have stopped wanting to hassle with keeping things up to date on the server and the application.
After a weekend of tinkering and conversions, I’m now ...read more
Ansible first impressions
Amazon Elastic Transcoder Review
MUD tech is fun/cool, but…
As software development evolves, there are an ever-expanding number of ways to put together very complex, elaborate systems that are fun to geek out on. Multi-processing is becoming increasingly prevalent, distributed systems are a boon to cases with massive scalability or reliability requirements, and there are all kinds of neat ...read more
Why I won’t be gifting this Christmas
As I slogged through December 2010 with a one eye on the wallet, and the other on my Christmas shopping list, I arrived at an important realization: I had stopped enjoying what Christmas had become. As a child, the stressful, time-consuming, expensive parts were hidden away; it was fun and ...read more
- Python 2.7 and 3.x compatibility.
- Extremely simple API
- Powered by requests
python-route53 feedback wanted
Late last night (or early this morning), I finished the draft of python-route53, a stand-alone Route 53 module with Python 3.x and Python 2.7 compatibility. Route 53 is an excellent DNS service offered by Amazon Web Services. It exposes everything through an API.
My intentions with python-route53 are ...read more
Evennia MUD server gets BSD’d
python-fedex and colormath re-licensed under BSD
I am happy to announce that python-fedex and python-colormath have been re-licensed under the BSD License. At the time these two packages were created, there were reasons for GPL’ing these. However, said reasons have long since been removed, so it’s BSD time!
My involvement with both of these ...read more