Monthly Archives: May 2016

Braindump Versions, Release Notes, and the Road Ahead

I have been playing with a couple different methods of versioning and release notes with Braindump. I used to do all release notes in GitHub. GitHub “Releases” are nothing more than git tags with some additional meta-data and after talking … Continue reading

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Recreating Foreign Keys with Alembic

Alembic is a great tool for keeping track of schema changes in python applications. I am using it to manage DB migrations for braindump along with Flask SQL Alchemy as my ORM. One challenge is managing proper foreign key constraints. By default if you define … Continue reading

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Version 0.3.0 of Braindump Released

I am excited to announce the release of version 0.3.0 of Braindump. This release contains few new features, but some pretty big changes have happened with the way that Braindump is being deployed. New Features Switched to using Prose Mirror instead of ACE. … Continue reading

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Twitter Has Become Unbearable

I feel that lately Twitter has just become unbearable. I am going to sound like a curmudgeon but I miss the old twitter. Remember when you had a timeline full of peoples ideas? Remember when more than 3 tweet fit … Continue reading

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