Participation

I have been lurking far too long and so I’ve decided to finally participate.  Initially I started creating this blog using Django Basic Apps and while I love how simple and easy-to-implement the  basic blog app is I couldn’t resist the siren song of WordPress so here I am.   The header picture was taken by my friend Katy.

I intend to write primarily about my work and my various projects.  These days I’m spending most of my time working with Python and Django.  Of all the programming languages I’ve worked with Python is by far my favorite and I’m sure there will be plenty of evangelizing about it.

I’ve also been getting into working with the Arduino.  Arduino, if you’re unfamiliar with it is a wonderful open source electronics prototyping platform that uses the Wiring programming language.

Here’s hopin’ I keep up with it!

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