Guidebook is a simple yet powerful mobile application builder that lets you create an app in four easy steps — no technical skills required. Just choose from a gallery of mobile app templates, select your features, and fill it with content. Then publish in minutes to Google Play and the Apple App Store.
We are performance tuners, Python and Django experts, infrastructure and scaling architects. Your best opportunity for success in any situation is to have access to the highest level of knowledge and a thorough understanding of how to make the most of it. What you don’t know can hurt you. Let us help you over and around the bumps in the road you are on. At REVSYS, we help our clients with architecture decisions, implementing best practices, identifying cost savings, improving development velocity, mentoring, and ops automation. You need to move fast. We can help rev up your people, processes, and products.
Nexmo is a global communications platform, providing APIs and SDKs for SMS, voice, phone verification, messaging and advanced multi-channel conversations. We have officially supported open source libraries for Python, Node.JS, Ruby, PHP, Java and C# .NET enabling you to build scalable communications features such as two-factor authentication, two-way and group messaging and one to one or multi person calls.
Doctor On Demand is the fastest, easiest way to see a board-certified doctor or psychologist on your computer, tablet, or phone - from the comfort of home. Our doctors see and treat hundreds of medical issues and our therapists provide a safe, confidential space for you to get the treatment you need to help with your life.
Six Feet Up brings passion to Python web applications development and Cloud automation. We are experts in Django, Solr and Plone, and we deploy apps on a variety of private and public clouds, including AWS, Azure and Cloudflare. Companies like NASA and UCLA have sought out our passion for quality since 1999. Six Feet Up is the organizer of the IndyAWS meetup, as well as the IndyPy Python user group, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2017 with over 1,100 members.
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Django Events Foundation North America (DEFNA) is a non-profit based in California USA. It was formed in 2015 at the request of the Django Software Foundation (DSF) to run DjangoCon US. The DSF have licensed DEFNA to run DjangoCon US since 2015. Beyond DjangoCon US we also plan to be involved with other events in North America that cover the education and outreach of Django.
Development of Django is supported by an independent foundation established as a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Like most open-source foundations, the goal of the Django Software Foundation is to promote, support, and advance its open-source project: in our case, the Django Web framework.