Django inclusion tags are super useful, but they have a fun quirk that could create some havoc.
Track versions of Wagtail snippets for an automatic audit trail to find the bad guys.
Recently, I have been optimizing some functions that were slower than expected. As with most MVPs, the initial iteration was to get something working and out there. Looking at Scout APM revealed that some of the database queries were slow, including several
n+1queries happened because I was looping over a set of models, and either updated or selected the same thing for each model. My goal was to reduce any duplicate queries, and squeeze out as much performance as I could by refactoring the naive, straight-forward operations into more performant equivalents.
One feature of InHerSight.com that has been proved to be extremely useful is the ability to use location as a filter when exploring potential companies. Luckily, we are using Django and PostgreSQL which has robust support for geographic querying using GeoDjango and PostGIS. I also utilize the awesome django-cities package for an astounding amount of data related to places.
Bootstrappers, microISVs, micropeneurs, small software businesses — whatever you want to call them, they are way more interesting (to me, anyway) than the over-hyped Silicon Valley bullshit that so many are infatuated with.
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