As per the latest in thought leadership, we must refocus on identifying holistic synergies and productizing them for untapped markets. Specifically, synergies which can be strategically leveraged to cross-pollinate innovation across organizational silos. Each silo must own its vertical to allow for unfettered horizontal growth and for the development of streamlined efficiencies by bubbling up organically.
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This is the homepage of Ben Lopatin, aka bennylope. I help businesses with Django sites get the most from their investment beyond launch day.
I'm co-founder, principal consultant, and lead Pythonista at Wellfire Interactive, a DC-based Django consulting and development shop, and we specialize in working with existing Django projects. You should hire me to help you make the most of the Django app you already have.
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A Django app for adding multi-user group management.
Django helpers for working with ElasticSearch and Haystack
Python wrapper for the Geocod.io geocoding and bulk geocoding API
Slow attempt at getting Richmond, VA's city data accessible.
A Django app for creating editable microcopy anywhere in your site.
An automation tool for generating cross-browser screenshots (e.g. in a CI build).
A Python library for the Discourse API; maintained and packaged fork.
A Python wrapper for the SmartyStreets geocoding and address validation API.
A maintained fork of the now deprecated Django Zebra with support for newer Django versions.
There are a lot of examples out there for how to start a *new* Django project, but how do you start working on an *old* Django project? This talk from DjangoCon 2016 in Philadelphia provides some answers for how to get started.
This was a talk first from PyTennesee in 2015 and reprised at APICraft RVA a few months later.
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