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September 18, 2013
by Tobias McNulty
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Central logging in Django with Graylog2 and graypy

Django's logging configuration facilities, which arrived in version 1.3, have greatly eased (and standardized) the process of configuring logging for Django projects. When building complex and interactive web applications at Caktus, we've found that detailed (and properly configured!) logs are key to successful and efficient debugging. Another ...

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August 14, 2013
by Vinod Kurup
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Raspberry IO Open Sourced

Back in March, at PyCon 2013, the PSF provided each attendee with a Raspberry Pi, a tiny credit-card sized computer meant to be paired with the Python programming language. The power and portability of the Raspberry Pi has stimulated an explosion of interest among hobbyists and educators. Their uses seem ...

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July 15, 2013
by Colin Copeland
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Caktus is hiring a Design Visionary and User Experience Virtuoso with a Knack for Coding

Do your mornings usually consist of reading design blogs and drinking coffee? Are you obsessive about fonts? Are you constantly seeking out new inspiration to make your designs better? As a Front-End Developer + Designer at Caktus, you’ll be able to put your passion for design and development to work ...

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July 10, 2013
by Alex Lemann
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Caktus and Python Software Foundation Collaborate on PyCon 2014 in Montreal Site

Caktus is proud to be a part of the launch of the PyCon 2014 in Montreal website. We were delighted to be selected as this year’s partner for software development and brand updates. In the past, we've enjoyed working with the PSF as a collaborator for the Raspberry.io branding and development and are excited to help out with the PyCon website.

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June 12, 2013
by Dan Poirier
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Making your Django app more pluggable

This blog post is about ways of doing things in your Django app, and pitfalls to avoid, so your app is easier to plug in to other sites.

Introduction

One of the most enticing promises of Django is that you’ll be able to add features to your site by ...

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