Most of my projects range from scratching personal itches, working on community projects and initiatives, and OSS projects.
This simple website solves the age-old-Kansas basketball of how many Days Until Late Night.
The website(s) for DjangoCon.us:
My personal dotfiles which are managed using Bash and Ansible.
Since 2015, I have been sharing my personal goals on GitHub. Sometimes updated weekly.
My website is hosted on GitHub pages, has a custom theme that I built myself, and its source code is public on GitHub.
This repository is an example of how to use GitHub Actions Matrix feature.
Our demo installs Python versions 2.7, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, and 3.8 and installed Django versions 1.11, 2.0, 2.1, 2.2, and 3.0 and uses the matrix feature to only install Django into Python versions which are supported.
A Django application to easily create podcast feeds.
Rewrote Django Proxy. A reusable django application to create a proxy object for your models. Intended to aggregate various content types into a model for reuse.
Provides Django email integration for RQ.
A sample GitHub Actions Workflow which shows how run, lint, and test Python code.
Please note: the website only operating during the NCAA season.
My local trail running club needed help with their website and this is a fully working Django website for “running” a running club complete with weekly runs and race events.
BSD License Generator.
A browser based whois tool with JSON support.
A pip-installable conversion of Paul Durrant’s kindlestrip.
Simple app to render a Markdown document into both a reader and printer friendly format.
A minimalist Forecast.io API client.
Trolley syncs issues between CSV, Github, and Trello.
Fetch an url and translate it to markdown in one command.