Today's project involves automatically uploading electrical metering data to an
FTPS server (explicit FTP over TLS, otherwise knowns as ESFTP). Shouldn't be a
problem, since Python supports FTPS out of the box. Only it doesn't work. Here's
The water may be a little chilly, but to coincide with today's opening of the
Brown Hill outdoor pool for the summer, we're launching the first page of the Brown Hill Community Hub website — a
page about the pool.
Today, AngularJS isn't doing what I expect. I've auto-generating a really long
form in Django, and adding ng-model attributes so I can summarise the form.
Unfortunately, Angular is overwriting my defaults. Here's a shortened example: