When I started developing LinkApp, my link aggregator, I knew would need to identify each link. I also made the choice to use Redis as my database and that would require a key for identification purposes. With my first pass of building this application I decided to make an ID using the URL. My logic… Continue reading Excuse me. I’m going to need to see your ID.
I recently gave my talk at PyCon Australia. It was amazing. I could go on and on for hours about how amazing it was but the purpose of this post is to share my slides. Code Review Talk Public Slides I quickly wanted to say thank you to everyone in Australia who made me feel… Continue reading Code Reviews Using Art Critique Principles – The Slides!
So I did a thing. A thing I’ve talked about on here but I did it. I gave my first international talk at PyCon Australia. I’m beyond excited to share it because it’s been uploaded to YouTube. Enjoy!
Let me first say thank you. I know today kicks off the keynotes and if the Miniconf is any indication of what we have to look forward to I might just float right off the ground. This is my first talk abroad, I was a bit nervous but everyone here is so amazing that the… Continue reading PyCon Australia 2017
It’s not just what you learn, but how you apply it. A mantra I’ve lived by my whole life. I’m one of those unusual cases in tech. I don’t have a Computer Science degree, as a matter of fact, I have an Art degree. To be specific, I have a degree in Photography. With that… Continue reading PyCon Australia!
A constant barrage of links. Each one vital for me to read but I can’t read them now. That’s where my little application I’ve written comes in. It’s also how I learned some very cheeky coding. Take a look at the source code: https://github.com/geekgirlbeta/linkapp The application allows a user to make a post with a… Continue reading Ding Ding Ding