PyGrunn, a one day Python conference in Groningen (aka Grunn), The Netherlands
was held this year on Friday May 9th.
It's a small but fun and interesting conference that's seems to be growing year over year.
It has an excellent mix of well seasoned speakers, that have made ...
When using Ansible to configure your servers from scratch
and deploy your software
you are likely to run into the issue of your hosts not knowing each other yet.
Ideally you pregenerate your SSH keys,
construct the authorized_keys and known_hosts files
and distribute them appropriately.
However sometimes, especially during development ...
For the past eight months I have been using pandas on and off for analysing the results of questionnaires.
Pandas has left such a great impression on me that I felt compelled to introduce more Python developers to this wonderful library.
The Python Users Netherlands (PUN) meetup in Amsterdam on ...
I had been running OS X Snow Leopard, released on August 28th, 2009, relatively happily for many years
and never saw the need to upgrade to newer incarnations of Apple's operating system.
With Snow Leopard Apple focussed on under the hood changes
and not so much on end user ...
Last night I attended the Python Users Netherlands (PUN) Meeting
hosted by Nelen & Schuurmans in Utrecht.
This must have been the third or fourth time I attended a PUN Meeting.
Each time I'm struck by the small size of the Python community in The Netherlands.
I do realize not ...
I have been writing a private (password protected) blog for family and friends
on Tumblr for almost half a year and it suddenly freaked me out that Tumblr had
all my carefully written blog posts. What if they lost it all, what if they went
out of business, etc? Shortly ...
For quite some time I have wanted to self-host my blog. However I did not feel
like administering a dynamic system, such as Wordpress, that is in constant
need of patches and upgrades. Hence a static blog generator was an obvious
choice. As a Python developer I have a slight ...