Sometimes you want your FloatFields to be nullable, but your JS code isn't quite smart enough to handle it.
I created a simple `r` shell alias that will take me to the root of the current git repository. As this is a common thing I need to do on my Mac BookPro when I've been exploring deep into a code base and now need to run some command at the root.
How to smartly keep a set of Django ORM objects in order for drag-n-drop like situations.
Ran into a weird error with coverage, pytest, and Travis today and wanted to document an easy fix when you get a 'import file mistmatch' error from pip packages you do not control.
Sometimes you just need to run a command on a remote host with ssh and Python 3 without any real fuss. Here is the simplest way we have found to do that and retrieve the output.
Getting your configuration from the system environment for your Python and/or Django apps is often the best way to provide security and flexibility. envparse makes it easy.