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About Me

PBX I'm Paul Bissex. I build web applications using open source software, especially Django. Started my career doing graphic design for newspapers and magazines in the '90s. Then wrote tech commentary and reviews for Wired, Salon, Chicago Tribune, and others you never heard of. Then I built operations software at a photography school. Then I helped big media serve 40 million pages a day. Then I worked on a translation services API doing millions of dollars of business. Now I'm building the core platform of a global startup accelerator. Feel free to email me.

Book

I co-wrote "Python Web Development with Django". It was the first book to cover the long-awaited Django 1.0. Published by Addison-Wesley and still in print!

Colophon

Built using Django, served with gunicorn and nginx. The database is SQLite. Hosted on a FreeBSD VPS at Johncompanies.com. Comment-spam protection by Akismet.

Elsewhere

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Stuff I Use

bitbucket, Django, Emacs, FreeBSD, Git, jQuery, LaunchBar, Markdown, Mercurial, OS X, Python, Review Board, S3, SQLite, Sublime Text, Ubuntu Linux

Spam Report

At least 236528 pieces of comment spam killed since 2008, mostly via Akismet.

Google jobs for Mac developers

Including the eponymous Steve, there are at least a two Google employees over at Forwarding Address: OS X (which I contribute to as "pbx"). Today Eric Case linked to a couple new job postings for Mac-specific work at Google, as well as listing two earlier openings I mentioned here back when they were announced.

So, if you're interested, check it out: Google Hiring Mac Engineers

Wednesday, December 21st, 2005
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1 comment

Comment from Naresh , 14 months later

For finding goood job..

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