Back in November I was invited to DjangoChat to talk about my contributions to the Django ecosystem. We talked about how I got started contributing to Django REST Framework and other open source projects, my work on Blimp and FilePreviews, authentication, and my current role at Auth0.Continue reading “Podcast: DjangoChat Ep. 45”
Finally caught up with most of the PyCon 2018 videos. Here are my favorite so far.
Alex Gaynor – Learning from Failure: Post Mortems
When I’m on my home Wi-Fi, I rarely connect to a VPN. When I’m out, I always make the habit of doing so, except when I forget. I was hoping VPN clients would have a feature to automatically connect based on a list of networks, but after some quick research, I guess not. Maybe I’m wrong, but ended up with this nifty solution. I’m currently using Viscosity as my VPN client, but should work similarly for other clients that allow some scripting.