This quarter I’m taking 6 classes and 14 units. Somehow, my class schedule looks quite sparse compared to my Cornell schedules as an undergrad. Maybe it’s because a few classes only meet once a week. Anyways, my Monday and Wednesday mornings are completely open, and thank God I was able to do something productive.
I quickly implemented a very bare-bones django app that can authenticate with Evernote, and retrieve private or public notes and display them. Why bother doing this? Well for Greek class we started working on word studies and “categorizing” usages of a word throughout the Bible, which means there’s lots of verse references. Instead of copying the text of every verse, we wanted a way to leverage reftagger. So with this django app, now we can view word studies (if they are stored on Evernote) with hover-over Bible references!
I also created another github repo for sharing the oauth process I used to integrate django and evernote. Another +1 geek points!