As a current CS student and full time programmer, I am keenly aware of both the rising tuition costs and utter uselessness of a degree as a "signaling" tool to potential employers.
Sadly, while Cloud Computing platforms are getting easier to use every day, IT at my company spends a significant amount of its time designing even more cumbersome forms. Due to mandated change controls, IT is slowly wresting greater control over core systems, but it may not notice its share of responsibility is being eclipsed, quickly.
I used to waste a significant amount of time entering hours into Ceridian. Then I heard from HR that I can't just put the same hours in every day. :-)
Nice to see uWSGI still cleaning up on the benchmarks . This site is using uWSGI already and it's worked wonderfully for both the blog and the API backend for my Android app. I'll be adding some production servers at work that'll be using it within the month, too.
One of the great things about using Leemba is that you can set custom time ranges for graphs. This often comes in handy when researching past problems, or drilling down to details to see the exact results of a performance tune.
There's a lot of confusion about how to set a title for the terminal tab, particularly using gnome-terminal.
After installing staticgenerator, my site has become noticeably faster. Since Nginx can directly serve cached files, the big Django processes on this server are kept idle for real work, not regenerating every single page.