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SF Django Meetup: Asynchronous Events and Architecture

By
Rudy Mutter
-
February 4, 2015

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.

Usual Suspects

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.

Takeaways

There was some great insight if you plan on implementing celery for your Django application soon:

Meetup, Slides, InfoScout

Rudy Mutter is a CTO + Founding Partner at Yeti. He found his passion for technology as a youth, spending his childhood developing games and coding websites. Rudy now resides in the Yeti Cave where he architects Yeti’s system and heads up project production.

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