22 October 2013

Avoiding license poisoning & my new stupid simple tool

Usually large Python and Django projects come with many dependencies. Requirements files grow constantly and uncontrollably during the development. Some people choose not to pip-freeze the whole virtualenv state, just stick to specifying the immediate dependencies.
Most times it's not a problem, especially in F/OSS project. Commercial software on the other hand...

02 June 2013

Firefox OS App Workshop

Yesterday I took part in a second Firefox OS event organized in Warsaw. It was really worth it, considering all attendees received a free Geeksphone Keon device to develop their apps. 


03 March 2013

Yeoman and my humble HTML5 application template

It's already late, it seems. Tools for assembling HTML5 client-side JavaScript applications are now appearing left and right. They're trying really hard to make application development more organized and less stressful. You can now forget such Sisyphean tasks as gathering library dependencies, setting up development environment from scratch and doing endless code-reload-verify cycles. It's all got automated. I'm particularly fond of one of these tools -- that is Yeoman.