Author Archives: bebblebrox

About bebblebrox

I am an experienced software developer with over five year’s commercial experience with strong software design and development skills. I am searching for an ambitious start-up company with a shared passion for delivering quality software products.

The cloud – Dotcloud for Geodjango

I’ve been looking at cloud platforms for Django over the past few days. I want to have a look at my application performance and scalability but I have a feeling my shared host, Webfaction (an excellent service for the price), … Continue reading

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Android Test Driven Development

Test Driven Development on android turned out to be much more frustrating than I expected. My hopes were high as I had seen that Android provides ActivityUnitTestCase for “isolated testing of a single activity”. However these tests must be run … Continue reading

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Android JSON Adapter

I am taking a break from server side development for a few days and doing some android development. So its back to java *sigh* and so simple things seem much harder. I was surprised to find that Android doesn’t have … Continue reading

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Dojo Dijit Interface

I need to create a complex web interface for an application I am working on. I know from past experience that Dojo has some very interesting widgets for creating Web 2.0 GUIs but its been a while since I’ve worked … Continue reading

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Temporal Expressions

I’ve taken a dive in Natural Language Processing over the last few weeks. My initial requirement was to extract temporal information from a bunch of related feeds for a side project of mine. I did some research online and bought … Continue reading

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A better source of GIS data

I have been meaning to following up on my last post for months now but it’s been too much fun playing around with GIS data. After getting a geodjango application working with CSO data in my last post, I rapidly … Continue reading

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Experiments with GeoDjango – Using CSO boundary data

I came across this video about Geodjango on youtube the other day. The functionality looked really impressive so I decided to give it a go. For the most part I followed the instructions on the django site but I wanted … Continue reading

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