This morning after having bought my coffee, I went to grab the honey from the self-serve area. Noticing it was missing, I checked above the espresso machine to see if it was there. As it wasn’t, I asked someone for it and they went to get a fresh one. Upon his return, he told me … Read more
I’ve recently created a project for my command-line image tiler for Google Maps on Google Code. Coincidentally, the official Google Maps API blog linked to my tool on Monday so hopefully there will be some interest in playing around … Read more
At yesterday’s Toronto Transit Camp I was fortunate enough to speak with TTC chairman Adam Giambrone. I doubt that Giambrone was able to get a bite to eat, there were so many people wanting to speak with him. We spoke mostly about the new TTC … Read more
I’m somewhat embarrassed to admit that yesterday’s Toronto Transit Camp was my first BarCamp-themed event. I’ve been to a couple DemoCamps, but never to a BarCamp. I’m horrible at gauging attendance, so when a pre-event registration of 80 people was announced, I was somehow envisioning a smaller gathering. Based … Read more
FYI, both my girlfriend and I have registered to attend the Toronto TransitCamp this Sunday, although we have yet to receive an email saying we made the cut-off. I’m anxious to see if it will live up to the hype. People have been patting … Read more
On My Mind
Git-flow is a Git plugin which makes it easier to follow a branching model involving feature, release and next release branches while preserving master as production-ready.
I hope I’m never in a situation where I have to inspect code in a .pyc file, but at least there’s a way.
Some common guidelines for clean deployments.
“[T]here is a partial Python implementation of the v2 [SPDY] draft that has seen some love and works with the current Chrome builds but (and herein lies another kink) only if you disable SSL support explicitly via the command line, which is a pain since it’s rather trivial to get the whole thing to work … Read more