Personal Python

Shutting Down Webhook-logger

A few years ago I built a small application to test Django’s websocket support through django-channels. It basically displayed on a web page in real time all the requests made to a given endpoint (you could generate multiple of them) without storing anything. It was fun and it was very useful to quickly debug stuff […]


Channels and Webhooks

Django is an awesome web framework for python and does a really good job, either for building websites or web APIs using Rest Framework. One area where it usually fell short was dealing asynchronous functionality, it wasn’t its original purpose and wasn’t even a thing on the web at the time of its creation. The […]



The amount and maturity of the tools available to help developers in process of building new applications and products is often crucial to the success of any given technology, platform or ecosystem. Nowadays in this blockchain trend we are witnessing, the front runner and most mature contender is Ethereum, for sure. The quality and quantity […]