When I found our about Bootstrap in 2016, it was love at first sight. I immediately knew that I wanted to build my own website with this framework. However, I was busy all the time with customer projects, tasks at work, etc. so this dream never seemed to come true. Until now.
Being a raving fan of the Model-View-Controller paradigm, it was no question that I'd go for Django to build my site.
The site uses a couple of interesting technologies:
Some features I'm proud of:
The site contains only minimal static content, most things you see are stored in the database.
I'm looking forward to sharing more content about my projects. You'll also find some of the solutions I found to questions I came across in my development projects.
If you'd like to find out more about a project, feel free to get in touch with me.
Recently I've been reading and watching a lot about AI. I did some trials and had a lot of fun with it. So, I was looking forward to having a real-life project to try out my newly acquired skills. Due to some internal changes at work, we got a list of users without user IDs and we had to match those users to Active Directory accounts.
The "fun" part of the whole thing was that there is no easy way to match the list of users to the list of users in the Active Directory. To make things even more interesting, the whole matching had to be done in 2 days for about 3 000 users.