Sessions tagged with 'django'

Jacob Kaplan-Moss (Revolution Systems, LLC)
You'll often hear that some web framework "doesn't scale". Well, it's true! Django, like all web frameworks. offers a ton of shortcuts for common cases, but as sites grow these shortcuts come at the cost of performance. However, you don't have to throw the baby out with the bathwater; come to this talk to hear how you can win back performance while hanging on to the framework you love.
Drew Engelson (Celerity)
Bring your ideas to life! Convince your boss to that open source development is faster and cheaper than the "safe" COTS solution they probably hate anyway. Let's investigate ways to get real-life, functional prototypes up with blazing speed. We'll look at and compare tools for truly rapid development including Python, Django, Flask, PHP, Amazon EC2 and Heroku.
Jacob Kaplan-Moss (Revolution Systems, LLC)
Django is a high-level web development framework designed for rapid development of database-backed web sites. This tutorial is designed to introduce developers to Django. It will take attendees from a blank screen to a fully-functional web application. I'll cover all the basics you need to know to get started with Django.
Craig Kerstiens (Heroku)
Django's unique app structure enables developers to break their application into functional units from the start of a project. The next step is to move from many Django apps in a single project to many services that talk across defined contracts and API's. We'll walk through practices for doing this and how Django enables it easily, but also the places it introduces complexities.

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