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Oct 24 7:05AM New PAQs start with how to submit your Emergency
Six Feet Up inaugurates new PAQ (problems and questions) features on blog. Find out what issues other users are facing and how they fixed, the processes we use to fix them, and what you can expect moving forward.
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Oct 21 7:00AM Using SaltStack for server configuration management and more
SaltStack (Salt) is currently one of the fastest growing configuration management systems. It is written in Python and uses ZeroMQ to communicate nearly instantaneously with all of the servers in your infrastructure that it calls minions. Here is how we use Salt and why.
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Oct 17 8:00AM Humans vs. Robots: Testing for Quality
Six Feet Up is frequently asked about including human-powered Quality Assurance (QA) as a part of our testing process. Find out when automated tests or humans are best at catching issues.
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Oct 15 8:00AM 1.9.0 release brings new features and documentation to collective.recipe.plonesite
The 1.9.0 release of collective.recipe.plonesite is now available on PyPi. This release brings several new features and some improvements to the documentation.
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Oct 14 8:00AM Learning Plone as a SysAdmin
I recently started learning to develop for the Python-based CMS, Plone. This is my perspective on learning to be a Plone developer with years of experience as a SysAdmin and Python developer.
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Oct 10 8:00AM ShipIt Day 13 rocked the sixie house, literally
Wow, we got a lot of awesomeness done during this ShipIt Day! It was tons of fun and some of us worked tirelessly until 6 am. Here's a recap of the projects that we took on
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News

Oct 13 8:00AM Exactech Boosts its Content Syndication Functionalities
Six Feet Up will enhance Exactech's multisite system to make it easy for subsites to share news, events and files with Resonate, a Six Feet Up product.
Oct 8 8:00AM Michigan County Considers a Web Consolidation Effort
Six Feet Up is helping Washtenaw County, Michigan (home of the University of Michigan) to help strengthen and streamline their web content management activities.
Oct 2 8:00AM College of Engineering at Notre Dame Strengthens Content Syndication
Six Feet Up released a new version of the College's multisite system with improved caching, syndication request emails, and file upload controls.
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Events

Oct 29 Bristol, UK
 
Annual Plone Conference
The annual Plone Conference is a great event for everyone interested in the open source enterprise CMS Plone...
Nov 2 NYC
 
Six Feet Up CTO runs the NYC Marathon
Calvin is running the NYC Marathon and raising money for our client, the Innocence Project.
Dec 1 Carmel, IN
 
Python/Django/Pyramid Immersive Course
This 5-day course will jumpstart your career in Python web development.
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