Peter Baumgartner

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Peter is the founder of Lincoln Loop, having built it up from a small freelance operation in 2007 to what it is today. He is constantly learning and is well-versed in many technical disciplines including devops, scaling, back-end, and front-end development. Peter is a frequent speaker at DjangoCon and has ...
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Django Anti-Patterns: Signals

Django's Signal Dispatcher is a really powerful feature that you should never use. Ok, it has valid use cases, but they may be rarer than you think. First, to dispell a misconception ...
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Multiple Sites with Routing in uWSGI

In another of our "you can do that?!?" with uWSGI posts, today I'll show you how to use uWSGI to host multiple sites and properly route traffic based on the hostname ...
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10 Years of Lincoln Loop

April marked Lincoln Loop's 10th anniversary in business. As I reflect on that, I find myself going through all the typical platitudes: it's been a roller-coaster ride, how proud I am of ...
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Serving Static Files with uWSGI

Serving Static Files with uWSGI As noted in a previous post, uWSGI is a Swiss Army knife of functionality. One of its features is a built-in static file server. When to Use ...
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The Trouble with Thumbnails: Part 1

Images are everywhere on the web. Whether you're building a simple blog, a CMS, or a true web application, chances are good that you'll need to deal with images. Editors, authors, users ...
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