Category Archives: beginning

How to Get Started with Django Properly (for free!)

Recently I gave Python’s Django a try. Django is a free and open source web framework that allows for the quick creation of any kind of website, ranging from blogs to stores to Git server front-end. Django is extensible and has thousands of modules or “packages”.  One of the best things about this project is the abundance… Read More »

How to Learn Python Fast

Python is often recommended as a first programming language to beginners because of how fast and easy it is to write and execute code. Simplicity is literally built into it, and it isn’t uncommon to be able to write a 10-15 line function from other languages in 5 lines or less with Python. In addition… Read More »

Fear Not The Command Line, pt 2

Hopefully, you enjoyed learning about the command line terminal in the first post, or are otherwise somewhat familiar with the command line. In the previous post, I showed the most basic operations (ls, cd, help) one can do in Window’s cmd.exe terminal, and in Linux’s bash terminal (pwd, ls, cd, man). I am attempting to… Read More »

Post 0, site launch

The time will come when this page is filled with content. And that time is near! As of now, the plans for this site are formless. I am teaching myself a variety of things, and am doing my best to document my solutions as best as possible so that others may benefit from my troubleshooting… Read More »