Hi, I'm Daniel Greenfeld, and welcome to my blog. I write about Python, Django, and much more.

Result of our LA Migration Hackathon submission

Sunday, December 09, 2012 (permalink)

Possible Causes of for Internal Migration of Undocumented People

Our concept was to measure the effect of changing immigrant laws per state compared to income differences between regions. We present the following, which will be on it's own hosted site shortly:

Median Income over 5 years between States

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Case Study: URL Design for petcheatsheets.com

Wednesday, November 21, 2012 (permalink)

Backstory: On Saturday, November 17, 2012 Audrey Roy and I decided to participate in the Petcentric hackathon, a Los Angeles area Pet-themed product/coding contest held at Amplify. We arrived a bit late, but armed with Audrey's idea of creating a pet based reference sheet for owners, pet sitters ...

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Los Angeles Open Source Sprint on Nov 4th!

Sunday, October 14, 2012 (permalink)

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Yet again, myself, Audrey Roy, and a small but elite cadre of volunteers are feverishly at work putting together another Los Angeles open source event. Our last effort went smashingly well, and like any good engineer, we're ready to scale up - this time to 150 attendees!

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Los Angeles Open Source Sprint on May 12th!

Tuesday, May 01, 2012 (permalink)

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This is a day long coding event in Los Angeles for Open Source developers of all languages and skill levels to come and code like fiends. They'll be joined by dozens of either really smart coders or nice people like me. Sponsors are providing food, drinks, venue, and more ...

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