Better Package Management

You are managing your Python packages using pip and requirements.txt spec files already. Maybe, you are even pinning them too—that’s awesome. But how do you keep your environments clean and fresh?


Alexander Klöpping in Silicon Valley

Over the last three weeks, the Dutch broadcaster VARA has been airing three special episodes of DWDD University: a documentary Alexander Klöpping made about Silicon Valley.


Pin Your Packages

In building your Python application and its dependencies for production, you want to make sure that your builds are predictable and deterministic. Therefore, always pin your dependencies.


Open Sourcing: the Ultimate Isolation

Reflecting on how I build software lately, I noticed a pattern. I tend to write libraries in absolute isolation, as if they were open sourced and the world is watching along.

In this post I try to explain why this works so well for me.


Introducing RQ

Introducing RQ

Today, I’m open sourcing a project that I’ve been working for the last few months. It is a Python library to put work in the background, that you’d typically use in a web context. It is designed to be simple to set up and use, and be of help in almost any modern Python web stack.

Older posts

vim-flake8: Flake8 for Vim
Introducing Times
Thank you, Steve
Chords + Lyrics
A git-flow screencast
Survey: Python vs Ruby Test Ecosystems
How I boosted my Vim
A whole new blog
An upgrade of gitflow
Unexpected side effects in Python classes
gitflow 0.1 released
Building Git from scratch on Snow Leopard
A successful Git branching model
Auto-generate classes for your Core Data data model, revisited
Automatically generate classes for your Core Data data model
NSManagedObjectContext extensions
NSPredicateEditor tutorial