Sessions at DjangoCon US 2010 about Django with handout

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Tuesday 7th September 2010

  • Maps of Imaginary Lands

    by Malcolm Tredinnick

    The GIS features of Django aren't restricted to being applied to real world maps and planets. This talk will show how to display and interact with maps of imaginary lands, such as game maps or lands in science fiction novels. We'll uncover a bit of how Django GIS works in the process, separating the map display from the modeling.

    At 2:20pm to 3:00pm, Tuesday 7th September

Wednesday 8th September 2010

  • Modeling challenges

    by Malcolm Tredinnick

    How would you model players, umpires and coaches in baseball data when the same person can switch roles over the course of their life? How about servers in racks with power boards attached (and cords running across the room to remote boards)? Come along to see one approach to create minimal and well-performing models for such real-life situations.

    At 1:30pm to 2:10pm, Wednesday 8th September

Thursday 9th September 2010

  • Multi-database patterns

    by Malcolm Tredinnick

    A tour through four common "multiple database" usage patterns and how they can be implemented and utilised with Django. We'll talk about the strengths and weaknesses of each pattern and why you might not need any of them.

    At 1:30pm to 2:10pm, Thursday 9th September