Inside the Head of PyDanny

Hi, I'm Daniel Roy Greenfeld, and welcome to my blog. I write about Python, Django, and much more.

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I did an Aú Batido in 2014, now what?

This is my summary of my resolutions for 2014 and an early pass at my resolutions for 2015. I'm doing this right now instead of at the end of the year because as of the afternoon of December 21, I'm going off the grid.

Resolutions Accomplished in 2014 ...

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I Married Audrey Roy

In a small, private family ceremony on December 27th, 2013 I exchanged wedding vows with Audrey Roy.

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It was an incredible day. I'll savor the moment we promised ourselves to each other in matrimony forever. She is the other half of my soul, and since we've become husband ...

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New Year's Resolutions for 2014

Making New Year's Resolutions is something I do every year. It's important to me. I like to set goals and see how well I do.

Resolutions

  • Write and publish fiction. This is a childhood dream that I would like to do.
  • Write and publish as least one new ...

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Dynów 2013 Part I

note: This is the first part in a series about a family research trip to Dynów, Poland in May 2013.

This was our second trip to Poland. Last year (2012) I went with Audrey in 2012 for a few days to present at a software conference called PyCon Poland. We ...

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New Year's Resolutions for 2013

I'm one of those people who not only likes to make New Year's Resolutions, I like to blog about them.

Resolutions

  • Go to at least one technical conference in South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
  • Visit at least one new nation. It's hard to come up with ...

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2012 resolution summary

Resolutions completed

  • Go to a Python related conference in North America, Europe, and Asia. Conferences I attended:

    • PyCon US
    • DjangoCon Europe
    • PyCon Philippines
    • PyCon Poland
  • See a place in the USA I've never been. A couple places I saw:

  • Drop to a 32 waist

  • Visit ...

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Thoughts on ranting

I'll admit it, I love a good rant. I respect those who can give rants well. I would list the ones I really like, but I'm not sure I want to deal with the arguments that would follow. ;-)

Of course, as much as I like to read or ...

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