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August 14, 2014
by Nicole Foster
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DjangoCon Ticket Giveaway!

Update: Congratulations to @dmpayton for winning this giveaway!

Caktus is giving away a DjangoCon ticket valued at $850! DjangoCon is the main US Django conference and it’s returning to Portland this year, August 30 - September 4th. Meet fellow Django developers, learn what others are doing, and have a good ...

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August 11, 2014
by Hao Nguyen
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PyOhio Recap: Celery with Python

Caleb gives us a recap on his PyOhio talk on what Celery is, alternatives, and challenges. (Hint: It’s not just for Django!) He also shares his experience at PyOhio, the second largest Python conference in the US.

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August 6, 2014
by Nicole Foster
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Caleb Smith to Guest Lecture at Iron Yard Academy

Caleb Smith, a developer at Caktus, will be guest lecturing tomorrow to the inaugral class at the Iron Yard in Durham. Iron Yard is a code school that trains its students in modern programming practices and prepares them for immediate hiring upon graduation. Tobias, our CEO, is on the school ...

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July 28, 2014
by Dan Poirier
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A Culture of Code Reviews

Code reviews are one of those things that everyone agrees are worthwhile, but sometimes don’t get done. A good way to keep getting the benefits of code reviews is to establish, and even nurture, a culture of code reviews.

When code reviews are part of the culture, people don ...

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July 15, 2014
by Daryl Katz Riethof
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What was being in Libya like?

Since this interview was done, Libya’s capitol began experiencing more violence. As of today, militias are fighting over control of the Tripoli international airport, the primary way in and out of this section of Libya. We’re keeping our friends and colleagues in Libya in our thoughts in these truly difficult times. This post speaks to the energy and talent of the Libyans we’ve worked with during this challenging democratic transition.

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