Entry posted on October 01, 2010.
A bit of history around Urban Airship and thoughts on doing business in Oregon, leading up to why I think that John Kitzhaber should be our governor.
Entry posted on September 16, 2010.
Some brief thoughts around the panel that I was on at this year's DjangoCon. The topic was on NoSQL and Django.
Entry posted on June 29, 2010.
Concerns on the long-term consequences around an issue with Posterous not supporting custom URLs of any kind.
Entry posted on February 27, 2010.
It took me a while to properly set up Hudson the way we wanted, and I figured that I should document the process in case anybody else wanted to take a crack at it.
Entry posted on January 28, 2010.
Introducing our library which allows you to easily register/unregister feeds with Superfeedr.
Entry posted on November 21, 2009.
I just spent a lot of time trying to get this working and I figured I should blog about this.
The Snow Leopard, libjpeg and PIL combination has a lot of issues. There are tons of blog posts out there about this, and they definitely helped get me a long way.
This blog post and http://proteus-tech.com/blog/cwt/install-pil-in-snow-leopard/ both are great for installing PIL and libjpeg, and if those work, great. You're done.
If, however, you keep getting issues after this when you attempt to import _imaging, try compiling libjpeg as i386.
When going to compile libjpeg:
CC="gcc -arch i386" ./configure --enable-shared --enable-static
And then do the rest normally, and you should be good to go.
Entry posted on October 19, 2009.
Introducing tender-multipass, a Python library for easily sending along multipass single-sign-on requests for Tender.
Entry posted on September 07, 2009.
A quick fix to get some Python libraries compiling properly on Snow Leopard.
Entry posted on August 26, 2009.
A brief description of a quick little Google App Engine app that I wrote to provide elevation data from the USGS as a jsonp-enabled API.
Entry posted on May 18, 2009.
Don't even bother trying to watch videos and other Flash content in Firefox on OS X - Safari just works so much better.