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Stupid Django Tricks

Jacob Kaplan-Moss (Revolution Systems, LLC)
Python
Location: E145
Presentation: external link
Average rating: ***..
(3.83, 6 ratings)

I’ll cover five “stupid tricks” you can pull with Django. Each one starts with a stupid idea which will ultimately lead to a smart conclusion. It we’re lucky, hilarity will ensue along the way.

The five stupid tricks:

  • Web application golf: an entire Django app in one screenful of code.
  • International Talk like a Pirate Day, Django-style: (ab)using middleware.
  • Stupidity-driven testing: unit tests the Django way.
  • Spamming your editors: (ab)using signals.
  • Go Fark yourself: handling lots of traffic.
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Jacob Kaplan-Moss

Revolution Systems, LLC

Jacob Kaplan-Moss is one of the lead developers of Django. At his day job, he’s the lead developer for the Lawrence Journal-World, a locally-owned newspaper in Lawrence, KS where Django was developed. At the Journal-World, Jacob oversees development of Ellington, an online news publishing platforms for media companies.

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