Six Feet Up is focused on the development of advanced content solutions. Whether it is a complex CMS for hundreds of websites, a way to integrate multiple web applications, or custom app development, we’ve done it. We believe in the power, security, and scalability of Python-based applications, and open source technologies in general.
Here's an overview of the technologies and/or applications we prefer working with:
Django is an application web framework built on Python that gives you a head-start by making decisions for you with regards to your object relational mapping system and your front-end templating engine.
Plone is a powerful and flexible, enterprise-quality content management system that is easy for developers to download and install, and easy for end-users to use. Plone lets non-technical people create and maintain website content using only a web browser. Plone offers a rich set of capabilities for public websites, private intranets and collaborative workspaces.
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Pyramid is a general, open source, Python web application development framework. Its primary goal is to make it easier for a Python developer to create web applications.
More about the Pyramid web framework »
FreeBSD is the operating system of choice at Six Feet Up due to its performance, security and stability. It is also very consistently laid out, which reduces maintenance overhead.
Linux is the other operating system commonly used by our clients and supported by Six Feet Up. It is selected for its large community and install base, and for the prevalence of its support options.
AWS Cloud Services
AWS is the de-facto cloud provider these days. Six Feet Up is a proud AWS partner as it provides an amazing array of building blocks for application deployment.