Full Stack Web and Mobile developer specialized in Python/Django for backend and HTML5/CSS3, AngularJS for the front-end. Andres has worked in the design, architecture, implementation and deployment of custom solutions using Python/Django with great results. Obsessed for the performance of the applications by using the right technologies and following the best practices.

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As front-end developers we usually need to align vertically any type of content, or to define a grid with equal-height columns, to say the least. Before CSS3, these kind of tasks were done in a hacky, unclear way and didn’t always worked well in all situations. Fortunately for us, CSS3 introduced a new feature to … Continued

The Django Cookiecutter created by Pydanny allow us to create a Django application with a great structure and best practices in no time. The official repository is located at: https://github.com/pydanny/cookiecutter-django Even though, the documentation is clear, I want to show you the whole process: Install the cookiecutter Being in your python environment, you can install it … Continued

swapps.co website is powered by Django and is hosted in Amazon Web Services. If you look the website, you realize that It’s a single page site with basic information, and you wonder, why does it have Django if It’s a simple website with no complex functionality? Well, the process to deploy a website using Django … Continued

  WHM/CPANEL is the most popular Shared Hosting panel in the world, even if It is used mostly for HTML/PHP, it comes with a very good interface to manage and assign users and resources to users willing to host 1 or more websites. Every time an user creates or modifies information about a site, host, … Continued

Sometimes It’s necessary to rename files following some patterns. Do this task manual is a long task, if you thousand of files. For this reason, I use rename command: Debug and preview: $ rename’REGULAR EXPRESSION’ files -n   Some of the most common expressions I use are: Convert filename to lowercase: $rename ‘y/A-Z/a-z/’ * Add … Continued