Update on the iPhone X Search

It worked! Interestingly enough, I was in a conference with a colleague of mine and during the call I get a notification on my phone saying that an iPhone was located about 10 miles away so I jumped on apple.com selected the model I wanted paid with my credit card got a fraud alert frantically told Chase to stop trying to ruin my life and set a pickup window to go to the store.
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Automating the Boring Search for an iPhone X

For reasons I still don’t understand, T-Mobile effectively prevented me from preordering the iPhone X. This had something to do with Apples payment plans and T-Mobile’s stipulations. It ultimately meant that if I wanted an iPhone X I’d have to go in store, on November 3rd and purchase everything there. In person. No thanks. I don’t really consider myself an introvert, but I’ll avoid crowds if I can find a way.
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Api Star

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This is a presentation I gave at a local python user group in Nashville, PyNash. The topic of the night was to pick a lesser-known or up and coming library that many folks may not be aware of yet and give a 10 minute overview.

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Test Driven Development - Why?

I’m part of a group here in Nashville called Penny University. Essentially it’s an “open-door” user group that connects people wanting to learn with people wanting to teach. Usually over lunch, coffee, or breakfast. I offered to meet up with a few people wanting to learn more about test driven development before and it quickly became a hot topic. I was asked to organize another round table discussion about TDD, and this is how it went.
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Choices for Choices in Django CharFields

It’s not uncommon to want to restrict input options to a set of pre defined values. In this post, I’m particularly talking about handling multiple choices using a CharField from the Model class in Django. There are many ways to approach choices in a Django model. I’m going to cover a few approaches in this post and none of them will be the definitive answer. You should always use your best judgement. There’s never going to be a one size fits all solution.

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Anthony Fox

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Anthony is fascinated with automating anything that can be automated and enjoys staying active in the local programming user groups. On occassion, he will even speak at meetups and conferences.

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