Thank you Python 🐍 community

Posted on Sun 23 September 2018 in python, community • Tagged with PythonLeave a comment

thank you

November 2015 I left my comfort zone, and I started my journey with Python, it was not an easy start. I was a Windows/Microsoft guy, I was using Microsoft Visual Studio on a daily basis, and Windows was my primary OS. I switched to macOS and Pycharm; I picked …

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Advice to Junior Developers

Posted on Mon 09 April 2018 in career • Tagged with career, developer, programmerLeave a comment

journey

One day I answered What is the best advice you can give to a junior programmer? question on Quora.com. I was shocked that my answer got many upvotes, so I thought to share my answer to this question on my blog.

First, let me acknowledge you that my answers …

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Let's build it

Posted on Sun 04 March 2018 in project • Tagged with side-project, django, pythonLeave a comment

idea

unsplash-logoJames Pond

Discovery

After many years of developing web applications, I found my passion is building Web APIs. so why I like it, I like it because I think it's giving your application a power to integrate with other apps (desktop, mobile apps, etc.), other devices (Amazon Dot, Google …

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Being a Team member

Posted on Sat 10 February 2018 in career • Tagged with career, work, netherlandsLeave a comment

Team

unsplash-logoKaren Maes

The Start

In September 2017 I left my job and my life in Kuwait and traveled to the Netherlands to join Veneficus as Software developer, one of the reasons I moved to the Netherlands is to work in a team and I started to feel being a …

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Shinny New Tools

Posted on Mon 10 July 2017 in Community • Tagged with developerLeave a comment

Old Tools

Felix Russell-Saw

One day I realized that Microsoft technologies are not for what I'm looking for. what I'm looking for is working in startup that developing its own product like Instagram, Shopify, or Pinterest. So I've done some research and I found that Microsoft technologies are not made for this …

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Create Login Page for your Django app

Posted on Tue 09 May 2017 in Django • Tagged with django, python, formsLeave a comment

Create Login Page for your Django app

Why Another Post about this?

I found each time I start new Django project, I need to create Login HTML page, and with that I need to write Django View and Form. Each time I tried to Google how to do it, I found many posts about how to do …

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Custom Client Side Validation for Parsley in Django

Posted on Sun 16 April 2017 in Django • Tagged with django, python, parsley, validationLeave a comment

Custom Validation for Parsley in Django

I wrote a post on how to add client side validation for Django Forms. In this post I’ll show you how to add custom client validation to Django Forms. I mean by custom validation is a validation that isn't available in django-parsley, like username availability, password strength, email duplication …

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Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k

Posted on Wed 22 March 2017 in Review • Tagged with book, reviewLeave a comment

Book cover

Last month I had small trip to Netherlands, Rotterdam, at night I went to have a dinner with friends at EuroMast, it was windy day, we putted our bags in my friend’s car trunk, but unfortunately someone broken inside the car and took 2 bags and one of them …

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Client side validation for Django Forms

Posted on Wed 08 March 2017 in Django • Tagged with Django, FormsLeave a comment

Parsley

source

In DUTH 2016 there was a session for Django Validation by Loïc Bistuer, in the session Loïc showed many areas you can validate user inputs from Django Form way to the Database Engine. To be honest validation in Django is a piece of cake and even if there is …

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Django is boring but you can contribute

Posted on Sun 08 January 2017 in Community • Tagged with community, Django, duthLeave a comment

Bored employee in front of computer

I attended Django Under The Hood 2016, in sprints there is a comment passing around which Django is boring. Django is boring is actually a good news for the framework users, but it's sad one for developers want to contribute to the framework.

Every time I go to check Django …

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