I spend my days working in C++, and the odd evening working in Python.
Currently, my published open source projects are:
- django-recurrence: a Django app that I’ve taken some responsibility for managing, though the code for django-recurrence was mostly written by others originally;
- Kanisa: a Django app for managing Church websites;
- django-board: a reusable Django app for managing a page about an organisation’s board members;
- django-tinycontent: a reusable Django app for managing tiny snippets of reusable content for Django templates;
- djohno: a reusable Django app for ensuring you’ve remembered to set up error logging and email correctly.
Websites I run
For fun, I build websites – currently I look after:
- This site: my personal blog, where I write about code, built with WordPress;
- centralbaptistchelmsford.org: my Church’s website, and trinitychurchbradford.org.uk, built with Kanisa;
- paulbeasleymurray.com: the personal site of the previous minister of Central Baptist Church, Chelmsford, containing resources for ministers, including sermon transcripts, articles and a blog;
- ministrytoday.org.uk: a journal for those in Christian leadership, built using my open-source projects django-magazine and django-board;
- griffinalters.com: A portfolio site for another brother-in-law, this time focussing on alters to cards for Magic: The Gathering;
- talitha.org.uk: A site for Talitha Arts, a non-profit groups of artists and art therapists working to restore hope, dignity and worth through the creative arts.