Creating morse code or translating it to ASCII text is fun, even more fun is making your laptop beep morse code. Here how you can do it with Python.
Regular Expressions are really awesome, and If you read the last post you might got the wrong impression I am totally against their use. I love using regular expressions, but sometimes, knowing Python is more than enough.
When programming in Python, regex are not always your best tool. This has a few reasons, regex can be computationally expensive, unreadable and unmaintainble, and finally, sometimes there is a better pythonic way without them. Here are a few examples.
This blog is back from a long pause
Released just recently (14-10-2015) the new SQLite (3.9.*) now has optional support for NoSQL like work flows with the new JSON field type. This is a very brief introduction to the JSON1 extension which enables this support.
A working example of AJAX with JQuery and Bottle
I gave a quick talk in Python Munich User Group about one of my favourite. Here is a link to the presentation about psutil.
Apparently, bash offeres assosiative arrays, similar to Python dictionaries
Vundle, the vim pluging manager used me for almost 4 faitfull years. But I recently discovered vim-plug
I finally managed to release a new version of pwman3, the console and network password manager. Read more about it here.