Blog

Showing 1 to 5 of 56 blog posts tagged with "Python".

March 20, 2015
by Brian Russell
0 comments

Astro Code School Now Accepting Applications - Intermediate Django + Python

 

Code

 

I'm really happy to officially announce the first Python and Django Web Engineering class at Astro Code School. I’ll outline some details here and you can also find them on our classes page.

This class is twelve weeks long and full time Monday to Friday from 9 AM ...

Continue reading →

March 16, 2015
by Dan Poirier
0 comments

Why RapidSMS for SMS Application Development

Caktus has been involved in quite a few projects (Libyan voter registration, UNICEF Project Mwana, and several others) that include text messaging (a.k.a. Short Message Service, or SMS), and we always use RapidSMS as one of our tools. We've also invested our own resources in supporting and ...

Continue reading →

February 24, 2015
by Liza Chabot
0 comments

PyCon 2015 Ticket Giveaway

Caktus is giving away a PyCon 2015 ticket, valued at $350. We love going to PyCon every year. It’s the largest gathering of developers using Python, the open source programming language that Caktus relies on. This year, it’ll be held April 8th-16th at the beautiful Palais des congrès ...

Continue reading →

January 27, 2015
by Dan Poirier
0 comments

Django Logging Configuration: How the Default Settings Interfere with Yours

My colleague Vinod recently found the answer on Stack Overflow to something that's been bugging me for a long time - why do my Django logging configurations so often not do what I think they should? Short answer: if you want your logging config to behave sensibly...

Continue reading →

January 26, 2015
by Colin Copeland
0 comments

We’re Launching a Django code school: Astro Code School

One of the best ways to grow the Django community is to have more high-quality Django developers. The good news is that we’ve seen sharply increasing demand for Django web applications. The challenge that we and many other firms face is that there’s much higher demand than there ...

Continue reading →

Newer | Older