Showing 6 to 8 of 8 blog posts tagged with "database".

January 13, 2009
by Tobias McNulty

Why Caktus Uses Django

Here at Caktus, we use the popular Django web framework for a lot of our custom web application development. We don't use Django simply because it's popular, easy to learn, or happened to be the first thing we found. We've written web apps in PHP, Java, and ...

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October 13, 2008
by Alex Lemann

Asterisk CDR & Django integration with ODBC

Tobias already mentioned how Caktus uses Asterisk as our PBX. He also mentioned how we tested various frontends both for managing the asterisk configuration and interacting with asterisk to, for example, check our voicemail. We were inticed by some of the client management solutions that we could plumb up with ...

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February 22, 2008
by Kevin Hunter

Database Explained for the Business Professional

One problem with marketing is that it introduces pseudo-false concepts, arbitrarily divorces necessarily wed ones, and leaves out all the gory details. We recently had a client ask us,

Why would we do our data model/data base outside of MySQL and not have our software make calls upon it ...

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