Tag Archives: web development
One of the questions we have asked potential recruits at The Perl Shop is, “What do you feel are weaknesses with Perl?” I feel it’s high time that I give my own answer to that question.
About 2 years ago, I revamped my hub site using Django. This was the first step (I had hoped) toward a unified architecture for all my websites. It didn’t turn out that way, but this project is still simmering on … Continue reading
In the prior episode of this story, I had written a test to detect the bug I want to fix. The djangocms-picture plugin includes errant whitespace inside of HTML anchor tags, which renders as annoying blue underlines next to the … Continue reading
Last time, I began fixing a fairly simply space-within-anchor-tags bug in djangocms-picture. I’m using this exercise as an opportunity to (a) try out a disciplined development process in the context of a Django application and (b) dig into the Django … Continue reading
I mentioned a couple fundamental issues off the bat with my website revamp using Django CMS. I’m in the process of revamping my hub site, www.JTimothyKing.com. I had created a barebones site: only a single page of content, two columns … Continue reading