Monday, 10th January 2011
What’s a good web dev platform if I work in Python, but want something faster to set up than Django?
Sounds like the perfect use case for Google App Engine, with its offline task queues and one-click deployment.[... 44 words]
Our site Lanyrd.com is shaping up quite nicely (in my opinion)—if you sign in with Twitter we’ll show you events your Twitter contacts are attending, tracking or speaking at. We also have a pretty powerful search interface, and you can browse the site by location and topic as well. Some examples:[... 81 words]
We have a list of conferences (tech and non-tech) in Sydney here:[... 41 words]
Probably because it involves long-running connections. Browsers have a limit on the number of connections you can have open to the same domain at the same time (I think it’s 8 in most browsers these days). If Facebook chat opened a connection to www.facebook.com and you opened up 8 Facebook windows you would no longer be able to navigate to any more Facebook pages, since all 8 connections would be taken up by the long lived chat connections. By connecting to a different subdomain for each connection this problem can be avoided.[... 107 words]