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November 10, 2014
by Dan Poirier
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Using Amazon S3 to Store your Django Site's Static and Media Files

Storing your Django site's static and media files on Amazon S3, instead of serving them yourself, can make your site perform better.

This post is about how to do that. We'll describe how to set up an S3 bucket with the proper permissions and configuration, how to upload ...

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November 4, 2014
by Hao Nguyen
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Webcast: Creating Enriching Web Applications with Django and Backbone.js

Update: The live webcast is now available at O'Reilly Media

Our technical director, Mark Lavin, will be giving a tutorial on Django and Backbone.js during a free webcast for O’Reilly Media tomorrow, November 6th, 1pm EST. There will be demos and a discussion of common stumbling blocks ...

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September 29, 2014
by Dan Poirier
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Celery in Production

(Thanks to Mark Lavin for significant contributions to this post.)

In a previous post, we introduced using Celery to schedule tasks.

In this post, we address things you might need to consider when planning how to deploy Celery in production.

At Caktus, we've made use of Celery in a ...

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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 4, 2014
by Hao Nguyen
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OSCON 2014 & REST API Client Best Practices

Mark Lavin, Caktus Technical Director and author of the forthcoming Django LightWeight was recently at OSCON 2014 in Portland where he gave a talk on improving the relationship between server and client for REST APIs. OSCON, with over 3000 attendees, is one of the largest open source conferences around. I ...

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