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January 8, 2014
by Nicole Foster
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Caktus is hiring a Web Designer-Contractor

Caktus is actively seeking local web design contractors in the North Carolina Triangle area. We’re looking for folks who can contribute to our growing team of designers on a per-project basis. Our team is focused on designing for the web using HTML5, CSS3, LESS, and responsive design best practices ...

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October 16, 2013
by Alex Lemann
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UNC, Duke Team up with Carrboro-based Caktus Group on HIV Gaming App

The following is a press release posted in partnership with our team at UNC  and Duke.


The web application development company Caktus Group has teamed up with researchers at the UNC Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases and the Duke Global Health Institute to develop a mobile phone app that ...

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September 2, 2013
by Alex Lemann
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Caktus Participates in DjangoCon 2013

Caktus is happy to be involved in this year’s DjangoCon hosted in Chicago.  We are pumped about the great lineup of speakers and can’t wait to see some of our old friends as well as meet some new folks. Beyond going to see the wonderful talks, Caktus is ...

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August 14, 2013
by Vinod Kurup
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Raspberry IO Open Sourced

Back in March, at PyCon 2013, the PSF provided each attendee with a Raspberry Pi, a tiny credit-card sized computer meant to be paired with the Python programming language. The power and portability of the Raspberry Pi has stimulated an explosion of interest among hobbyists and educators. Their uses seem ...

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July 23, 2013
by Alex Lemann
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Mark & Julia Speaking at OSCON. “Developers + Designers: Collaborating on your Open Source project”

On Wednesday, Mark and Julia are teaming up to deliver their talk "Developers + Designers: Collaborating on your Open Source project " at OSCON 2013. We’re thrilled that their talk got accepted and know that they have a lot to contribute to the Open Source conversation which too often lacks the ...

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