By day, I'm a product manager serving a group of fantastic engineers at Square.
By night, I fight crime and solve mysteries with a robot pal of my own creation.
By midday, I like a snack, generally a cookie.
Part of this biography isn't true (hint, I like cookies and engineering, I don't own a robot).
Category Archives: Technology
How to set up continuous testing, with coverage, of your Django project in Hudson. Continue reading
Logged for your pleasure, and mine: the steps I went through to setup mod_wsgi on my Mac for local development of Django apps. Continue reading
A step-by-step walkthrough to get WordPress and WordPressMU working with memcached. Continue reading
Notes from my lightning talk at DjangoCon 2009 on Gearman, a distributed work queue. Continue reading
The latest version of pywatch now watches whole directories. Continue reading
A rundown on my new “less is less” design and my use of the Balsamiq wireframe tool and the Blueprint CSS framework. Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that pywatch is ready for use, I think. Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that [django-baseboard](http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-baseboard/) has been updated to 0.3 Here’s what’s new: * Better error handling and reporting for the management commands/cron jobs * Projects are no longer required to have an RSS feed foreign key (bugfix from … Continue reading
At [work](http://www.ajc.com), we use [Basecamp](http://www.basecamphq.com/), a lot. We use it for design projects, development projects, and projects that have no design or development components whatsoever. Our project teams like Basecamp because of its focus on communication, but we’ve found that … Continue reading
So, I can not stand the [brou ha ha over Google News and fair use](http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/08/technology/internet/08google.html?ref=technology). It offends me on several levels, not the least of which is common sense. So for the dim, dull and dense out there, I decided … Continue reading