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Django Friday Tips: Security Checklist

Security is one of those areas where it is very hard to know if everything is taken care of. So you have been working on this project for a while and you want to deploy it into a production server, there are several settings on this new environment that should differ from your development one. […]

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Django Friday Tips: Managing Dependencies

This one is not specific of django but it is very common during the development of any python project. Managing the contents of the requirements.txt file, that sometimes grows uncontrollably can be a mess. One of the root causes is the common work-flow of using virtualenv, install with pip all the required libraries and then […]

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Django friday tips: Switch the user model

In the most recent versions of django, you’re no longer attached to the default user model. So unlike what happened some time ago, when you had two models (User and Profile) “linked” together through an one-to-one relationship, nowadays you can extend or substitute the base user model. It is as simples as adding the following […]

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Newsletters for Python web developers

The amount of new information that is added each day to the web is overwhelming, trying to keep up daily with everything about a given topic can be a time consuming process. One good way I found to tackle this problem and to avoid wasting a good chunk of my day searching and filtering through […]

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Django Resources

As I said in earlier posts in this blog, when i build websites or webapps where there are no technology impositions, i usually choose to do it in Python and in most of the cases, that’s the equivalent to say i choose to do it in Django. Over the last year, since i started using […]