A common approach to debugging code is to litter it with print statements, then comment them out or delete them after you’ve solved your problem. This is sloppy and cumbersome. There’s a better way.Continue reading Logging in Python
I don’t write a lot of code. But I used to and I miss it. So I decided to kick off a side project to compliment some of my non-software work.
Incidentally, I also picked up the latest iPad Pro and thought it’d be a fun challenge to see if I could stand up a django environment on it for local development.
Luckily, many others have blazed a trail for django on iPad. Actually, it’s damn near a highway now. But, I found many of the write-ups incomplete for my needs. So, I figured I’d create my own post outlining how I got it all working. Oh, did I forget to mention I got it working 😉 Here’s a screenshot to prove it.Continue reading Django Development on an iPad Pro