Hosting toy Rails and Django apps using Passenger

I like writing small self-contained applications, and I like writing then using nice high-level application frameworks like Django and Rails. Alas, I also like being able to run these services for the foreseeable future, and that’s a lot harder than writing them is. Running a single Rails or Django application consumes an appreciable chunk of […]

DjangoKit gets better

DjangoKit suffered a hiatus recently due to a non-anticipated hot beverage/keyboard intersection incident, but recently I’ve been able to poke at it again, and I have it in a much more flexible state now. Although the code itself is still scary and horrible, and I’m abusing distutils in a way that’ll get me into trouble […]