Scheduling Periodic Tasks with Celery 2.3.3 and Django 1.4

Posted by: bshaurette | Date: Apr 17, 2013 | Category: Celery Django

There are going to be times in the life of your application when you'll need to perform tasks - making requests to APIs, sending emails, or storing large amounts of data, for example. To do that, you'll most likely want to implement some sort of job queue - that is, ...

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Amazing things to do with a Raspberry Pi

Posted by: bshaurette | Date: Apr 16, 2013 | Category: PyCon

The Raspberry Pi got another mention on Boing Boing last week, promoting a brief sampling of some of the wonderful things you can do with it:

    "Raspberry Pi, the tiny, cheap and hackable computer for children of all ages, may be used as the heart of an ...

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Young Coders made it to Forbes!

Posted by: bshaurette | Date: Apr 10, 2013 | Category: PyCon Python

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Intro to Python, April 6 - Recap

Posted by: bshaurette | Date: Apr 10, 2013 | Category: Python

This past weekend, I helped a bright group of Austin women take their initial steps into the Python world. Austin PyLadies' first women's 'Intro to Python' class took place on Saturday, April 6th. Our classroom space was generously donated by by Erica Douglass of Opportunity Space. We also ...

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PyTexas 2013

Posted by: bshaurette | Date: Mar 22, 2013 | Category: Python

The dates and location for this years's PyTexas have finally been announced!

PyTexas 2013 will be taking place over three days - August 16th, 17th, and 18th - in College Station, on the A&M University campus.

Planning is still in the early stages - the call for proposals should be ...

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