1. How I became a member of Codista

    My “6 months anniversary” at Codista is coming up and I can’t really wrap my head around the fact that it’s already been six months since I joined Codista. My name is Angela and I’m part of the Codista team since June 2019.

  2. Syncing Toggl Time Tracking with Slack

    When you're working in a distributed team, it's often hard to keep track of everything that's going on. That's why we've built a tool to help us sync our internal time tracking to slack.

  3. Is System.Text.Json ready for prime-time?

    With the advent of .NET Core 3, there is finally builtin support for JSON, without the need to use the excellent Json.NET. Let's take a quick dive in and see if we should jump ship yet.

  4. Wagtail multi-language and internationalization

    Websites often have an international audience. The process of serving translated content is referred to as "internationalization" or "multi-language" support. Here's how we're approaching that in our web projects using Wagtail.

  5. How to build a language switcher in Wagtail / Django

    A switcher enables users to seamlessly transition between different languages. But how can we achieve this functionality in a Wagtail project? We need a way to link pages together.