Andrew Godwin (@andrewgodwin), Django Core Contributor & Eventbrite Engineer, talks about building a Heroku for Python, migrating from MySQL to PostgreSQL without downtime, and what Kickstarter can do for the Django community.
At Opbeat, we’re all about empowering developers to fix issues with their applications quickly and painlessly. That is why we’re incredibly pleased to launch in-depth performance metrics for Django.
At Opbeat, we try to outsource as much as we can in order to focus exclusively on building out and improving our core product. Therefore we love well-crafted services that help us get stuff done. Here are 5 apps we love and use, every day.
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Nikolai Onken (@nonken), VP of Engineering at Cloud9, talks about his teams experiences of working in the cloud, iterating towards better processes, and scaling the incident response workflow with Slack bots.
Yesterday we shipped an update to our user interface that puts focus on the content by getting rid of the sidebar and using the full grid for the important stuff. With the app navigation out of the way, the layout feels much more focused around the data you are diving into.
Founder of Lincoln Loop, Peter Baumgartner (@ipmb), talks about their stack and shares his 3 top tips for optimizing Django applications. Filmed at Pycon in Montreal, with bonus background juggling from Yann Malet (@gwadeloop).
We love Slack. Like, a lot. A big part of our internal communication relies on Slack’s inline GIF-loading, but almost as important for us is another of Slack’s killer features: an almost endless list of integrations.
With the 3.4 update to the Opbeat iOS app, we give you an extra tool for quickly evaluating how your app is doing: Application Performance Metrics.
You can now connect Opbeat to Bitbucket or any other Git repository accessible via SSH. This means you can now hook up to Bitbucket’s code management for teams, and benefit from unlimited private repositories, competitive pricing and advanced spooning.