Back in 2010, this was one of the top BattleForge fan sites. I used Google Sheets as my database and then cutting edge HTML5 technology.
Scrapes the Austin Boards & Commissions sites, parses pdfs, and presents them as a RSS feed so citizens can follow their government.
An opinionated quick n dirty way to list AWS resources from the command-line.
Jekyll site that helps me generate calligraphy guidelines.
Easy modular way to move data from AWS CloudWatch to Graphite.
My opinionated boilerplate/blueprint/skeleton for what a Django app and a simple Django project should look like.
Lets developers create tool buttons in Django admin the way it should have been.
Helper for updating Django objects with logging and only does an UPDATE if it’s necessary
A quick way to find out what the Django request object looks like
DJs are everywhere (Chrome Extension)
Twitter account that gives important DJ updates
A collection of all my docker images.
A wrapper around the
docker cli so I can be lazier.
If you’re in Texas, and really need to use an elevator, this will show you where they are.
A quick reference for finding the ansible playbook equivalent of a shell command
Python library that lets you use Google Spreadsheets like a csv.
Two utilities I use to help make it easier to work with the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Data Center.
Experiment with Jinja2 templates from your browser.
Allows you to trigger code when the mouse gets near an element.
Tells you if a color is more of a peachpuff or blanchedalmond.
Consumes bike sharing data from multiple systems to help me find a bike along with historical data.
Wrapper around database CLIs to automate tedious connection arguments in a world where databases are moving off local machines.
Generic helpers I wish existed or am constantly copying into my Python projects
Lets you work with a SVG using Raphael for old IE.
A collection of my recipes
Where to eat around the office
a Google Spreadsheets json api cache/proxy
Annotate Terraform graphs with AWS icons
An ATX Hack for Change 2015 project. This takes data on historical markers in Texas and gives context with a map and a timeline.
Animated text transitions using the Levenshtein solution.
Lobbying data from the Texas Ethics Commission
Mixed beverage gross receipts tax explorer
Python and command line utilities for getting election results from the Texas Secretary of State’s website.
WordPress to Django integration using the soon-to-be official API.
When X scrolls in, do Y