Over the years, Eldarion has developed a lot of open source apps from the sites we build for ourselves as well as for our clients. Today we are starting the process of donating these apps to Pinax.
September 2nd is the anniversary of J.R.R.Tolkien's death and, along with January 3rd (Tolkien's birthday), the traditional date for big Eldarion announcements.
This year is no exception and we have exciting news about both our Python hosting service, Gondor, and our thought-streaming service, ThoughtStreams.
Our original post on How We Use Trello has been extremely popular and remains one of our most read posts on this blog. One aspect of our process that is critical for quality control and project flow is the proper use of blockers.
It’s been over a year since we reported on our development process with How We Use Trello. While we are constantly looking for ways to improve, become more efficient and transparent, our process has stood the test of time.
Not only are we sponsoring PyTennessee this year but will be hosting a sprint. Instead of a typical sprint focused on a particular project we want to offer a range of projects to help developers from beginners to advanced.
Three years ago we announced Gondor to the world. Today we're moving Gondor forward by introducing multiple data centers. We also thought we'd take a look back.
One of the older apps in our toolkit, django-waitinglist, is one of our more
valuable pieces of software.
One of the highlights of the Python community last year was Julython, a month-long initiative to encourage people to work more on their open source Python projects. As team winners last year, we were thrilled when the organizers announced they running Julython again 2013...in January.
We have used a host of tools in an effort to continually improve the process of delivering value to our clients. One of the most valuable tools has been Trello.