Django Round-Up

Django Round-Up
By Lincoln Loop
About this podcast
This is a podcast hosted by Kenneth Love and Brandon Konkle from Lincoln Loop that highlights recent articles and projects in the Django community. We love talking about web development, so our podcast focuses on casual conversations as we cover the latest blog posts and project releases.
Latest episodes
Nov. 11, 2013
Our guest this week is Jacob Kaplan Moss, co-creator of Django, founder of the Django Software Foundation, currently working at Heroku. Listen as we constantly interrupt each other due to connection issues!
Nov. 4, 2013
Our guest this week is Laura Cassell, software engineer/instructor at Big Nerd Ranch and founder of Pyladies Atlanta!
Oct. 28, 2013
Our guest this week is Clinton Blackburn, photographer, aerial silks person, and software engineer for Kyruus in Cambridge, Mass.
Oct. 21, 2013
Our guest this week is Buddy Lindsey, host of GoDjango videos, works at ConsumerAffairs.com.
Oct. 14, 2013
Hynek Schlawack presents us with some Django criticism while talking with us about static media, test speed, mezzanine theming, a pypi wrapper, logging, markdown docs, interceptors, admin styling, pycon keynotes, and test servers.
Oct. 7, 2013
Brett Cannon joins us to talk about PyTenessee, performance, cookiecutter, flask foundation, scaling, raw sql migrations, code review, waffling, sockets, pixel tracking, and even cooking.
Sept. 30, 2013
Eric Holscher jumps in to talk about blogging, deployment, the latest community news and project releases, teaching kids to code, and his experiment to support his community contributions through gittip.
Sept. 23, 2013
This week, Kenneth and Brandon are joined by Bryan Veloso. We talk about the several official Django announcements last week, when maintainability should be sacrificed for performance, algorithmic wedding seating, promises (or futures) in concurrent programming, the Django Pony, and more!
Sept. 16, 2013
This week we're joined by Portia Burton! We discuss Portland, Mozilla Persona, making a game board, migrations and South's frozen ORM, Bee Ware and GUI tools vs. the command line, clever comprehensions, and a whole lot more.
Sept. 9, 2013
Miguel Grinberg joins us for a very Python and Flask centered episode where we discuss color themes, video processing, web scraping, class-based views, and learning Flask.