I wanted to use Django to solve a simple business problem, so I spent a few months of brainstorming and coding and came up with a system that I would like to discuss here.
I’ve coded a crime map for Muckgers, an online student-run publication that I contribute to. I’ve explained in detail in several posts on the site what I’ve done and improved upon, but I thought I would go into more about code and concepts on my blog.
Continue reading “The Crime Map You Should Know About”
If you have trouble matching similar company names, you’re more than likely trying to clean up some sort of database. This is one of my major issues that I’ve tried to explore for myself, so hopefully my findings can assist others who find themselves in a similar situation.
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I had a business problem that I ended up solving during after-work hours. I was having trouble comparing two company strings to match them.
Continue reading “cleanco: A Python Module for Checking Business Names”
I’ve finally created my first Python module, and it’s pretty great (in my opinion).
In case you’ve missed them, here’s Part I and Part II.
Continue reading “Trading In Excel For Good: A Mac How-To Guide (Part III)”
No one can deny that Python is powerful, which is why it is well-loved. You can write a small app very quickly, have it connect to a database or to web APIs. String manipulation is powerful. It’s quick and easy to learn.
Continue reading “What about Django?”
In case you missed it, here’s Part I.
amtl was one of the first coding projects I ever worked on, way back in 2009. I had some boredom in between classes, and needed to find something to do with my life, so I learned AppleScript.