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A two day course taught by four people. The first day will be comprised of Python basics and short exercises. The second day will be a walkthrough of a functional Django site. All instructors and TAs have teaching experience.
There is no additional cost, but these classes require pre-registration. Limited seating available. Send email to pygotham at thepeoplesconference dot com to register.
by Dan Crosta
Love Django, but hate schema migrations? Need to scale to more than a few gigabytes of data? Tired of flattening your data, only to have your code rebuild the hierarchy? This talk will show you how you can leave JOINs behind and embrace MongoDB for your next Django project. MongoDB's hierarchical document-oriented design makes it a natural fit for web development, and when coupled with Python's easy-going nature, using MongoDB with Django is a breeze. In this talk, learn about MongoDB, the most popular NoSQL database; MongoEngine and friends, the Djangonic MongoDB adapter; and watch as we build a highly-scalable online game before your very eyes.
by James Socol
How fast can you deploy a fix to your users? How confident are you with your deploys? We'll talk about setting up a deployment pipeline to get code in front of your users faster and do it confidently. Then we'll talk about the hurdles--cultural, technical, and Django-specific--and how to clear them.
by Paul Winkler
OpenBlock (http://openblockproject.org) is an open-source (GPL) hyperlocal news website / service built on Django. This talk would be an overview of the project: what it does, how it works, its history and future. And a brief live demo.
See Intro description. There is no additional cost, but these classes require pre registration. Limited seating available.
16th–17th September 2011