Django migrations have come a long way, but it stands on the shoulders of one project that has come just a little bit further.
I visit one of the world's most northern cities in a three-day speed holiday, and cross two things off my bucket list while I'm there.
With some spare time and spare parts, I totally overdo my house's network infrastructure.
Workflows, teams committing conflicting VCS branches, foreign keys being annoying and more feature in this week's Django Diaries.
This week, it's the exciting story of one man's battle against his idea of automatically writing settings files.
A week on a remote island leads to a lot of squashed things. I'm not entirely sure if they're related.