I recently purchased a travel trailer for the family as the cost of plane tickets has made it so we don't travel nearly as much as we used to. I plan on writing about the hopefully many trips we take and this is the first, Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills.
For awhile I have wanted to start doing more with my Raspberry Pi than just XBMC. So I decided to build a wireless temperature sensor to monitor the temperature in my kids' rooms.
I recently replaced my Nikon D3100 with a new compact mirrorless from Samsung, the NX300. I wanted a camera that could take great photos like my Nikon but in a much more portable form factor. I am loving my NX so far, here is my review.
Part 1 Continued - Creating a python based backend
Last week I wrote about the creation of a python based backend for aggregating online course listings with Python.
Project Wisdom Code:
Part 1 Continued - Saving to mongodb
I decided to build an online course aggregator and introduced the project in this post, and last week I started part 1 explaining the backend and creating the first provider class for coursera. This post I will dive into the storage engines, initially I created two storage engines; mongodb and postgres using sql alchemy.