Why is the client seeing a different website than me?
Thinking about Queo-Labs, some kind of place beneath a mountain where ideas come to life, CPV Notif is born. It's a small project, built to be used only by Queo staff, but made it's way to public at http://cpvnotif.queo.pt
We have a client that sends some hundreds of emails with attachments. This can't be a problem, but somehow, the server would run out of memory. Here's how we found the memory hungry code.
Introduction to TDD in Django and Selenium.
SSL in Django is not straightforward and it gets worse if you want only some pages secured. To add a extra problem, developing with a secured apache development server is a overkill.
You should: Plant a tree, Fight a bull, Write a novel, Father a son or....
Some time you just don't want to see warnings!
Recently we had to offer solutions for a project with large storage demands. This is the result of that study.
It's great to be doing something for culture and something for Oporto. agendadocinema.cm-porto.pt is a website for independent movies being displayed in the city.
The challenge here was to organize the movie entries. If it is a pure movie calendar, than we should group it by day and have a time sorted list. If it's not a calendar, than we should probably list it alphabetically.
Back in 1993 (conscience that I'm old) there was this game called "The incredible machine". It was a amazing puzzle were you had to combine a multitude of different contraptions to one objective. The goal was always something like getting a ball through a loop or cutting a rope or flipping a switch. Check it out.
Now, puzzles at work are a little different, but also incredible machines. Not so long a go we assembled a new server structure with many of the big names going on: Proxmox, Varnish, Nginx, Gunicorn, Supervisor and of course, Django.