Guides, how-to’s and tutorials for some of our biggest engineering challenges.
Starting an Amazon AWS EC2 Instance of Ubuntu 12.04 with EBS
Are you looking to create a cloud-based solution for your website or database backend? One approach to create a cloud-based solution is to use Amazon's AWS, which is a popular platform today. AWS is a suite of many platform software products including EC2. EC2 provides virtual instances of computer servers, which places the same function as running several desktop computers inside one's office and connecting them to the Internet.
Evergreen Web Browser: a web browser that updates itself
Google+ as a Content Management System (CMS)
The folks at Yeti and UseAllFive recently worked on building Google VetNet, a website portal for returning military veterans to start civilian careers. Behind the scenes of Google VetNet is a Content Management System (CMS) powered on Google+. In this article, we'll tell you how we adapted the social network features of Google+ to make it a calendar-based CMS.
Integrating Google Places API and Django TastyPie
The Object TastyPie is a REST API library built for the Django framework. It primarily serves as an out of the box solution for serving up data for your Django ORM models. The library also has a non-ORM function, however it still revolves around creating, reading, updating, or deleting objects. For our latest project, BlurtAbout, we had to integrate with a location based API so we chose Google Places.
Beginner DevOps with Django and Fabric
The Intro Now that Yeti's been working with Django for quite some time, we've built up a significant number of tools and libraries we use out of the box on every project. It's gotten to the point where we have a fairly large step by step process when we're spinning up a new skeleton project. Everytime we add a new step to the process it ends up becoming that much more difficult to maintain, teach, and follow.