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An Interim Solution for Elastic Beanstalk Deployment Failures

I ran into a problem recently that stumped both myself and the AWS Support team – in face I still have two open support tickets that AWS is investigating internally. This is in regard to a large CMS application that has been running on AWS for a few years now without issue and without any … Continue reading

Four Scalability Obstacles on AWS

With Amazon Web Services’ announcement yesterday that CloudFront now supports POST, PUT, DELETE, OPTIONS, and PATCH requests, and a GIGAOM post, “Five features Amazon Web Services must fix”, I was prompted to complete an idea I had noted a couple of months back. Especially during the transition from traditional local or hosted data center infrastructures … Continue reading

Comparative Analysis: Drupal versus Django

Preface I originally wrote this comparative analysis a couple of years ago but being in the Media industry the question comes up a lot regarding what is the right CMS platform to use. In this particular case I was evaluating Drupal versus Django as a replacement for a third proprietary system. Before rejecting that comparison … Continue reading

Django with S3 Part One by Mike Lewis

Django with S3 Part One Posted by Mike Lewis in Django This is the first in a series of posts regarding serving your media from S3 with various plugins. This particular post will go over static files using django-storages, s3boto, and multiple S3 buckets. Click here to read more …

Build a Company Dashboard with Raspberry Pi, Geckoboard, and Django

     I came across an excellent, practical, and easy-to-implement project this week that utilizes the Raspberry Pi and Geckoboard in order to power a company dashboard. As a result I went on to implement my own version with a few minor additions and customization so I made notes to share. I had a 42″ plasma … Continue reading