My Kickstarter campaign to produce a series of videos aimed at educating people interested in going beyond the official Django tutorial and the out-dated Django Book.
Blogging and open source Python & Django development with my good friend Chris Jones. We've created a couple of popular packages and blogged about everything we've done.
A semi-weekly podcast covering pop & geek culture, tech news, and anything else that pops into our heads while recording.
A handy collection of mixins for class-based views. Covers common use-cases like requiring a specific permission, user-level, or authentication.
A library for doing OAuth2 requests for accounts from MailChimp.
We missed having something like PHPMyAdmin when we started working more heavily with Redis, so we scratched our own itch. It’s in need of a revamp, but it’s still a fairly handy tool to have around.
All the open source projects I do are in public repos and most are located here in my Github account.
The rest of the open source work I do is located here. Chris and I try to keep everything organized here, but, well, you know how well that usually works out.
I used to use Mercurial for my main VCS but that fell away to using Git. Still, the few open projects that I did with Hg are available here.
I'm a father and a husband. I've been building web sites and applications for over 15 years and I don't plan on stopping any time soon.
I'm a educator through my videos, blog posts, and as a speaker at conferences, meetups, and just training co-workers.
I live in Oregon and enjoy getting to get out in nature and take photos.
You'd do best to hit me up on Twitter.
If you'd like to support my open source efforts, feel free to tip me on Gittip.
You can also visit my blog.
I have an Associate's Degree in Multimedia Technology, which is just a roundabout way of saying I can design things on the Web. I'm completely self-taught when it comes to all of the technologies you see above.