Blog categories

Our contribution to the community

From Python to Go or Rust?

Motivation Nowadays there are plenty of options for building backend systems, both in terms of programming languages as well as frameworks, each of them having their own strengths and weaknesses. In Octobot we’ve been working with Python/Django.

Read more

Octobot is sponsoring the 2019 DjangoCon

As you all probably know, this year we have been selected to present in 2019 DjangoCon happening in San Diego California 🙌 If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you should read this

Read more

Octobot will be present in the DjangoCon 2019

We are super excited to be part of the [DjangoCon](https://2019.djangocon.us/) later this year, not only as attendants but as speakers as well! On September 22, a team of 7 will flight from Montevideo-Uruguay to San Diego-California, to join this fantastic event for a week.

Read more

Pulpo-Forms: A Django’s dynamic form builder

A while ago we create a dynamic form builder, called [pulpo-forms](https://github.com/octobot-dev/pulpo-forms-django), to use within a Django application. Basically, the idea was to create a user friendly dashboard to allow users to create complex forms and surveys without any programming knowledge. Let me introduce you to this amazing open-source tool.

Read more

Introduction to Pulpo-Forms

Last April we finished the development of a dynamic form builder, called pulpo-forms, to use within a Django Project. Today we’re excited to announce that we’re making the source code

Read more

From Python to Go or Rust?

Motivation Nowadays there are plenty of options for building backend systems, both in terms of programming languages as well as frameworks, each of them having their own strengths and weaknesses. In Octobot we’ve been working with Python/Django.

Read more

Octobot is sponsoring the 2019 DjangoCon

As you all probably know, this year we have been selected to present in 2019 DjangoCon happening in San Diego California 🙌 If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you should read this

Read more

Octobot will be present in the DjangoCon 2019

We are super excited to be part of the [DjangoCon](https://2019.djangocon.us/) later this year, not only as attendants but as speakers as well! On September 22, a team of 7 will flight from Montevideo-Uruguay to San Diego-California, to join this fantastic event for a week.

Read more

Pulpo-Forms: A Django’s dynamic form builder

A while ago we create a dynamic form builder, called [pulpo-forms](https://github.com/octobot-dev/pulpo-forms-django), to use within a Django application. Basically, the idea was to create a user friendly dashboard to allow users to create complex forms and surveys without any programming knowledge. Let me introduce you to this amazing open-source tool.

Read more

Introduction to Pulpo-Forms

Last April we finished the development of a dynamic form builder, called pulpo-forms, to use within a Django Project. Today we’re excited to announce that we’re making the source code

Read more

From Python to Go or Rust?

Motivation Nowadays there are plenty of options for building backend systems, both in terms of programming languages as well as frameworks, each of them having their own strengths and weaknesses. In Octobot we’ve been working with Python/Django.

Read more

Octobot is sponsoring the 2019 DjangoCon

As you all probably know, this year we have been selected to present in 2019 DjangoCon happening in San Diego California 🙌 If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you should read this

Read more

Octobot will be present in the DjangoCon 2019

We are super excited to be part of the [DjangoCon](https://2019.djangocon.us/) later this year, not only as attendants but as speakers as well! On September 22, a team of 7 will flight from Montevideo-Uruguay to San Diego-California, to join this fantastic event for a week.

Read more

Pulpo-Forms: A Django’s dynamic form builder

A while ago we create a dynamic form builder, called [pulpo-forms](https://github.com/octobot-dev/pulpo-forms-django), to use within a Django application. Basically, the idea was to create a user friendly dashboard to allow users to create complex forms and surveys without any programming knowledge. Let me introduce you to this amazing open-source tool.

Read more

Introduction to Pulpo-Forms

Last April we finished the development of a dynamic form builder, called pulpo-forms, to use within a Django Project. Today we’re excited to announce that we’re making the source code

Read more