by Jacob Burch
A panel to discuss the future of no-sql/non-related databases in Django.
by Shawn Rider
Message queues are a potential solution for any site that needs to facilitate robust asynchronous operations on your website including carrying out intensive or long-running actions or synchronizing off-site services. We will look at how PBS has used Celery and RabbitMQ to provide more reliable service and how to set up a robust message queue solution in a cloud hosting environment.
by Alex Gaynor
For the past few years the reusable application paradigm has been considered one of the major selling points of Django, however the common wisdom about what it means to make an application reusable isn't really accurate. This talk is going to discuss ways to truly make your applications reusable across *any* project.
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.
by Ben Firshman
Exploring the power of class-based views, their current status and how the concepts behind them can be applied to other areas.
Using tools such as Pylint, Nose, and Coverage.py with the Hudson continuous integration server to monitor your code quality.
7th–9th September 2010