Month: July 2015

A shout-out to SQLAlchemy

At work-work we write Python apps, using SQLAlchemy as ORM and database layer. I tend to run our stuff on OpenSUSE with SQLite for quick development purposes, but production tends to be MS SQL Server and Windows XP (there are migrations ongoing ..). Today we got a bug report that certain columns in the database […]

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The Sun Sets on KDE-Solaris

[[ No stories at Akademy this year — well, not by me. Maybe Kevin will write down how he got his students to sleep this year. Heck, I didn’t even put together a not-going-to-Akademy badge this year, and I see it’s been almost a year since my last post, which was after-Akademy-Brno. ]] The KDE-Solaris site has […]

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