Django-NYC

By Django-NYC

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We absolutely love Django and everything that happens around it. Accordingly we want to share as much information about Django with as many people as we can. Every month we hold a meeting at a Django friendly organization in NYC and invite interesting people from the Django and Python communities to come and give talks.
9 episodes · since Nov, 0009
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March 21, 2011
Django's multi-db support is an awesome feature, but it can be pretty tricky to work with for certain use cases. Loren Davie will be talking about the challenges presented by and solutions for working with Multi-db to support a multi-tenant system
March 25, 2010
Alex Gaynor dives deep into how the Django ORM works and shows off some more advanced uses of the ORM.
March 24, 2010
Bob Hancock talks about the benefits and pitfalls of using Django on Google's App Engine platform.
Jan. 22, 2010
Jacob Kaplan-Moss, one of Django's BDFLs, talks about what is coming in Django 1.2. Jacob also takes some time to answer general questions from the audience.
Jan. 22, 2010
Mike Dirolf from 10gen gives an introduction to MongoDB and how it can be used with Python and Django.
Dec. 16, 2009
The holiday joint meeting of Django NYC and NYC Python. Justin Lilly gives a talk on the advanced Python concepts used within Django. Andrew Gwozdziewycz gives a talk on the Tornado web server and Redis. Plus lightening talks!
Oct. 13, 2009
Hani Musallam gives a talk on his first web API implemented with Django and Sean O'Connor gives a recap of what happened at Djangocon 2009.
Aug. 14, 2009
Sean O'Connor gives a brief introduction to South.
Nov. 11, 9
Andrew Gwozdziewycz and Matt Jacobs from Six Apart talk about their recent release of Typepad Motion and Sean O'Connor gives a talk about bad Django scents.

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