Last month, we met on January 28th at InfoScout's offices to hear from their head engineer and co-founder, Jon Brelig about how they architected their asynchronous operations.
InfoScout, along with many other companies needing to implement asynchronous functions with Django use Celery and RabbitMQ. We got a quick walkthrough of the parts needed to set up celery with Django and how do you denote a method that should be run asynchronously.
There was some great insight if you plan on implementing celery for your Django application soon:
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At our last Django Meetup Group event, Jayden Windle, the lead engineer at Jetpack, an on demand delivery company, talks building APIs with Django and GraphQL. Watch the video to learn more.