For the past year or so I've been developing locally at work using Vagrant. After making some updates to models I found I needed to be able to easily inspect my postgres database in the Vagrant virtual machine. Ideally I could use pgAdmin3 to connect to that database and luckily it wasn't too hard. There may be a step or two in these instructions that aren't needed but I'm including everything I did because I know that it works.
A few years ago with my first to 3rd generation iPhones I found that I couldn't trust the alarm. Sometimes I would set it and it simply would either not go off or it would be so quiet that it never roused me from sleep. I quickly learned that I was an idiot to trust it and always added a second alarm clock to the mix if I had anything important to wake up for.
So today I took the plunge and upgraded to Yosemite. With all of the Django and Homebrew setup on my mac it's always interesting to see what breaks when upgrading. First thing that was off was Postgres was not started, which is what I use for local dev so I can use a production dataset when testing. When I tried to run "brew doctor" I got an error:
Recently at work I was faced with a problem. We use an outsourced CRM solution so I send lead forms directly to them. Things work but the only solution they have for spam control is using a captcha. A solution I'm not particularly fond of. Especially since one of those forms is in the footer of our site and it would just be flat out ugly.