We’d like to give a warm welcome to our new intern, Cheryl.
Version 2.2.2 of our on-the-fly image manipulation library for Django has been released.
Emily Horsman has joined the team at Little Weaver as a front-end developer and first Canadian.
How to lazy load using ractive
One year ago today we announced our public beta version of Dancerfly - at the time a brand-spankin’-new dance event managment platform. Little Weaver was a relatively fresh company and dedicating hours of work to an internal project was a leap of faith. We decided to develop a tool like Dancerfly because of our shared interest in building a more vibrant dance community and our own involvement in organizing dance events.
Little Weaver recently had the opportunity to add two new people to our team. This week we’re hearing from Cameron.
Little Weaver recently had the opportunity to add two new people to our team. This week Feonix is introducing herself in her own words.
We’re hosting the first ever Dancerfly Sprint on September 12, 2015. We will be working all day to make Dancerfly better. If you like dance events and the web, we’d love to have you join us!
Thank you to everyone who bought a Little Weaver shirt!
Dancerfly originally made a distinction between "Alt Blues", "Trad Blues", and "Fusion". But moving forward we'll be providing "Blues" and "Fusion" instead.
It turns out that there’s a lot more to setting up a platform than just writing the code. And most of it we didn’t know when we made the first commit on February 20, 2014, despite having worked professionally in web design & development for over five years! I’m going to focus on the evolution of our marketing strategy and materials. I hope this’ll be helpful to other non-sales folks who are looking to create and market their own product!
Little Weaver has a brand new logo, and we’re selling T-shirts with that logo on them!
We’d like to announce the public beta of Dancerfly, our dance event management platform! Here are some screenshots to celebrate the occasion!
I’ve seen a lot on Facebook recently about the Heartbleed bug with a lot of different information. I imagine some people are having trouble sorting the signal from the noise in this matter. I’m not a security expert, but I am a devoted security amateur, so with that in mind, here is my analysis and recommendations.