Hey, Happy Tuesday!
Y’all, I have huge news! I published my first Django tutorial on my YouTube channel! This tutorial is about switching to a Custom User Model Mid-Project in Django. I cross-posted on the regular sites (HN, IH, Twitter, etc.) and got a total of 28 views. This is not a lot by any means; the cool thing is that I have started. I hope to keep this up and keep uploading. This first video is pretty bad, to be honest—the clicking noise, the umh, etc. What I care about is making this a habit, which is how I plan to improve. Anyway, sorry for the ramble; I just wanted to share this with you guys & girls.
To all the new subscribers this week, welcome, and thanks for giving me a chance. I hope this doesn’t disappoint.
As always, I hope you enjoy this week’s “Tuesday Letter” :)
📜 Quote of the week
…if you can get over that latent fear and start sharing what you’re working on with the community around your skill, you’ll advance much faster and make useful connections along the way.
Self-Education: Teach Yourself Anything with the Sandbox Method by Nat Eliason
This seems appropriate this week. I hope you are finding some time to share something with the world this week (only if you want, though).
💡 Project Ideas
🔺 Web app, which allows programmers, makers to create a beautiful site to display their changelogs. Let’s say a maker hosts the code for his site on Github. Whenever the make makes some changes to the app, noting the update in the
CHANGELOG.rst file, based on one the standards. The app would require the maker to login/signup via Github and ask for access to the repo. The app will automatically read the CHANGELOG file and publish a website based on the data. The later feature would allow us to add and change updates via the UI.
🐔 Tweet of the week
🔥 Jordan O’Connor with another golden nugget.