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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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June 23, 2014
by Dan Poirier
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Getting Started Scheduling Tasks with Celery

Many Django applications can make good use of being able to schedule work, either periodically or just not blocking the request thread.

There are multiple ways to schedule tasks in your Django app, but there are some advantages to using Celery. It’s supported, scales well, and works well with ...

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October 30, 2013
by Tobias McNulty
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Using strace to Debug Stuck Celery Tasks

Celery is a great tool for background task processing in Django. We use it in a lot of the custom web apps we build at Caktus, and it's quickly becoming the standard for all variety of task scheduling work loads, from simple to highly complex.

Although rarely, sometimes a ...

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December 19, 2011
by Tobias McNulty
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Using Django and Celery with Amazon SQS

Amazon's Simple Queue Service (SQS) is a relatively new offering in the family of Amazon Web Services (AWS). It's also an appealing one, because it proposes to quickly and easily replace a common component of the stack in a typical web application, thereby obviating the need to run ...

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July 18, 2011
by Colin Copeland
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An alternative RapidSMS router implementation (with Celery!)

We've been using RapidSMS, a Django-powered SMS framework, more and more frequently here at Caktus. It's evolved a lot over the past year-- from being reworked to feel more like a Django app, to merging the rapidsms-core-dev and rapidsms-contrib-apps-dev repositories into a single codebase (no more submodules!), to ...

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