30.07.2013 by azarai in python
Our site did run with a self written blog with django for quite some time. It worked fine, but Kerim was annoyed with writing markdown in an online editor and i wasn't satisfied with it as well. In addition i was bothered by the dynamic website buidling w
I've been using markdown quiet some time now and i mostly like it, even its missing some stuff in the default spec, i.e. tables (i know there plenty of derivates outside which fill the gap :-) ). And usually i wrote it in a plain text editor or in the tex
19.05.2013 by azarai in python
I have an art blog over at tumblr where i post my (almost) daily doodles. Usually i post them with the Tumblr UI, but lately i i got annoyed but that way and hacked something together to post images directly from my windows exlorer.
I like Colourlovers and frequently use it. But one thing that really bugged me all the time was that i could not download all color palettes i've ever favoured. Nothing in the UI, not even through the api. At least one could find them again with the searc
17.02.2011 by azarai in imago
For my cv i maintain a list of all projects i worked on to give a bit more information than a typical german cv does. Each project entry contains a name and description, what my job and role was and which technology was mainly used and when it was. I used
I just updated pySVG to 0.2.1.
Changes as far as I remember:
- switched to BSD as license for the moment. Will see how that turns out.
- added **kwargs to make life a bit easier when instantiating objects
- added dropshadows (contributed by Bastian)
- added pat
Some time ago i was browsing for 2d sprites again and somehow run accross a nice collection called Openpixels. It's a set of pixelart characters in classic rpg orientation provided in gimp format, with all stuff in its own layer, so you can create alot of
I use diigo as my bookmarking service and specially their list feature for collecting links of a research topic. Occasionally i need to export a list as markdown syntax. Luckily they got an api and theres also a python modul for it. So some minutes later
Way to many (possible and/or optional) parameters for a class? Here is a 5 second tip for all those old style Java-type-programmers...
Use kwargs, simple setter methods and run through the keys.
#!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- class myClass(