Continuous Integration for a Javascript-heavy Django Site

by Sebastien Mirolo on Sat, 25 May 2013

In the popular series on how technical decisions are made, we will see Today why fortylines picked django-jenkins, phantomjs, casperjs and django-casper to build its continuous integration infrastructure on. read more...

How we picked d3js to draw SaaS metrics

by Sebastien Mirolo on Fri, 1 Mar 2013

There are only few webapps that can do without displaying nice looking charts. This is even more so when you are running a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) website. If you believe we are living in a knowledge economy as I previously described in Open source business models, this means we must search and are bound to find already made solutions. read more...

Nginx, Gunicorn and Django

by Sebastien Mirolo on Fri, 22 Jun 2012

I decided today to bring a new web stack consisting of nginx, gunicorn and django on a fedora 17 system. We are also throwing django-registration in the mix since the service requires authentication. read more...

Django and PayPal payment processing

by Sebastien Mirolo on Thu, 3 May 2012

I gave a another shot at the paypal API Today. Since I am most interested in encrypted web payments, after signing up with a business account, I went through the steps of generating a private key and corresponding public certificate. read more...