Since some months I’m using Toggl to track my work time, and I find it awesome! Toggl features a very powerful reporting system to have your timesheets filtered in many ways and exported in csv or pdf format, but I did not found the way to have an Excel timesheet as I like it.
Recently a client asked me to investigate the possibility to have a Django application hosted in a Windows environment. I looked around a bit and there are many ways to achieve this goal. I found the “pure Python” approach described here simpler to deploy and configure, yet very powerful and production ready for my needs.
I will explain how to install Python, CherryPy and Django on Windows, and how to configure them to serve a Django application from the CherryPy WSGI server, running as a Windows service.
Just read a very interesting article on secure php file upload. Time to go to fix a couple of php upload scripts of mine. :)
Recently I started using Plasma activities, and I found it very useful and effective in my workflow. The only thing I missed in Plasma Desktop 4.6 is a fast and simple way to switch between activities and manage it.Then I…