A little about me
I love taking photos, riding my bike to work, making (and drinking) cocktails and coffee. I don't tweet much, but I do post brief updates on my own microblog called Briefly.
I have a passion for teaching people to code: I've helped run free training courses (MelbDjango School), volunteered at DjangoGirls events (in Melbourne and Washington D.C.) and taught Python/Django in corporate environments.
🇺🇸 Check out our photos from the USA: https://bonton.site
I've worked on some fun open source projects:
- piprot - allows you to check the requirements defined in your requirements files for freshness
- djver - gives you information about which version of Django is being used based on the static files
- basehtml - the tiny starting template I use for every web project
And I like building tiny web apps, here a few recent ones:
- Rating Things - Where I rate anything and everything with emojis
- Django URL Conf Helper
- Darter(2) darts scoreboard
- Delta for tracking values with API calls
- Hacker News 500 - Indexing all posts on Hacker news that have received more than 500 points since January 2017.
- Spoiler-free TDF highlights
- Running Conversion Tables