A huge congratulations to everyone involved! For those curious few out there this site is Django powered, and although I haven’t been actively involved in the community or developing with it for all that long, I have to say it’s easily my favorite way to build websites. The freedom and control it provides to get my designs realized quickly hasn’t been possible with anything else I’ve used. With Django I’ve always felt I’ve been doing things “the right way” and to see it at 1.0 is just one more reason to check it out if you haven’t already.
I’ve been following along now with the project from Rob Goodlatte and his buddies. It’s not something I’m particularly interested in, but the design and concept is top notch. If you’re on Twitter and need a quick poll look no further.
Nice new site from Paul Boag for his podcast. I finally met him briefly at SXSW this year and he was great to talk to. The inaugural interview for the new site is friend and fellow Blue Flavorite, Jeff Croft.
Looks to be an informative series from Cameron Moll. I find myself needing to make prototypes more and more these days and I’d love for some extensible techniques that allow me to focus more time on the interactions.
The broken windows theory and how it’s applied to web design and development. This is something I whole heartedly agree with, although occasionally I take this a little too far. At some point you need to get your stuff up and then start patching the bro