[Baypiggies] Production users of Django?

Jeff Enderwick jeff.enderwick at gmail.com
Mon Jul 26 03:55:48 CEST 2010

I think this is an excellent idea. I don't know if there is enough
pull from Django for you to make the big bucks, though. Having a
Python Heroku would be good for Python/Django, IMO.

I just did my latest project using RoR, because Heroku & EY exist.
Deployment with Heroku is SO easy, and I am not trapped in a
proprietary set of APIs, just in case I need to take over hosting on
my own.

On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 5:06 PM, Jeff Fischer <jeffrey.fischer at gmail.com> wrote:
> To give you a little more background, I have a stealth mode startup in the
> cloud infrastructure space. We are looking at whether we want to have a
> product targeted toward Django, perhaps similar to how Engine Yard and
> similar companies target Ruby on Rails. We are partial toward Python as much
> of our infrastructure is written in Python and we think the Python space is
> under-served compared to Ruby. Any feedback I get will help us to make
> decisions and to justify Django as a valid target market to investors (who
> generally have heard of Ruby on Rails but not Python and Django).
> Thanks!
>  - Jeff
> On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 4:58 PM, Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com> wrote:
>> BTW,  I suggested to Jeff that he send this to the group since it is
>> Python/Django specific. I didn't know it was marketing research. However,
>> since it's python related, I still think it's appropriate for the list. If
>> I'm wrong, please yell at me, not Jeff.
>> Cheers,
>> Glen
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