Python

Adding X-Content-Security-Policy headers in a Django application

Auteur: 
François Marier

Content Security Policy is a proposed HTTP extension which allows websites to restrict the external content that can be displayed by visiting web browsers. By expressing a set of rules to be enforced by the browser, a website is able to prevent the injection of outside resources by malicious users.

Their Programming Language Sucks!

Auteur: 
Anna

Or at least this is what I hear often all around me. Many want to think that their language is better than all others, and go to great lengths to discredit them. Just like at sport events, people would paint their faces in their team’s colors and yell insults at the opponents.

Media-Keys over Web-Socket

Auteur: 
Jean-Lou Dupont

My newest open-source project is a Media-Keys over Web-Socket application.

ConFoo 2012: Call for Papers is Now Open!

Auteur: 
Julia Stowell

Confoo is looking for the best speakers willing to share their skills and experience with developers and managers.

This year, Confoo is dedicated to software development, project management and best practices. The technical part covers different aspects of Web development such as: PHP, Python, Ruby, .Net, Java, security, content management systems, frameworks, databases, system administration, Web standards, mobile development, accessibility and software architecture.

ConFoo 2012: Call for Papers is Now Open!

Auteur: 
Julia Stowell

Confoo is looking for the best speakers willing to share their skills and experience with developers and managers.

This year, Confoo is dedicated to software development, project management and best practices. The technical part covers different aspects of Web development such as: PHP, Python, Ruby, .Net, Java, security, content management systems, frameworks, databases, system administration, Web standards, mobile development, accessibility and software architecture.

Job in Montreal, for Python and web lovers

Savoir-faire Linux

Are you a fan of the web ? Fond of the latest technologies ? You love Python, and maybe you've tried PHP in the past ? You're a FLOSS lover and know Linux personally ? Savoir-faire Linux is the place for you! Being the Free Software reference in Canada, we're a small and friendly S.M.B. that's growing fast.

We have some great work for you, a great environment, a nice office. We're located in Montreal, Canada -- a very nice place if you haven't visited yet.

Continuous integration on a zc.buildout-managed project with pyzmq

Auteur: 
ncadou

Sometimes things are simple

So we’ve got that awesome Hudson server, checking out our projects at each commit, running all the tests and reporting on the outcome. That way we always know when something broke, what, and which committer just fell out of his Ballmer peak.

Using plupload inside a Django application

Auteur: 
François Marier

Plupload is a reusable component which fully takes advantage of the file upload capabilities of your browser and its plugins. It will use HTML5, Flash and Google Gears if they are available, but otherwise, it can gracefully degrade down to HTML4 it it needs to. Here's how it can be integrated within a Django web application.

New and hot, part 1: Meta presentation

This is part 1 of my March 9th 2011 Confoo presentation. Refer to the Table of Contents for the other parts.

This is a meta-presentation. It's a presentation of the tools and things I've used to build and perform the actual presentation I gave. It is not directly related to Pyramid or Python.

New and hot, part 6: Redis, Publish and Subscribe

This is part 6 of my March 9th 2011 Confoo presentation. Refer to the Table of Contents for the other parts.

The original announcement for my Confoo presentation was to use RabbitMQ to do real-time communications, but then, after finding a way to use Redis to do it, I found it was simpler and more straight-forward for a live demo.

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