Django: Under The Hood
Django: Under the Hood is back for its second edition! Join us for this exciting Django conference for experienced Django developers. Come and learn about the internals of Django, and help to shape its future.
When & where?
The conference will start at noon on the 5th of November (Thursday) and end late on the 7th of November. It will take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands at the Pakhuis de Zwijger.
The sprints will take place on the Saturday, 7th of November at TravelBird's office at Keizersgracht 281, Amsterdam. We're going to start around 10:00.
The schedule is as follows:
Russell will giving our keynote talk “Once upon a Django”
Amber HawkOwl Brown
Amber will be speaking about Twisted and Django
Jacob will be speaking about HTTP in Django
Florian will be speaking about Django's security features
Iacopo will be speaking about django CMS and the Django ORM
Josh will be speaking about Expressions
Ola will be speaking about the Django Admin
James will be speaking about files in Django
Eric will be speaking on documentation systems for programmers
Mikey will run a "Docs: Under the Hood" workshop alongside the sprints
The first edition of Django Under The Hood happened last year. This is what people said:
#DUTH was awesome! Thanks to everyone that had a part in it. I submitted my first pull request to Django ever :o \o/— Wouter (@wadevries) November 15, 2014
Tickets are now available.
Refund policy: We can accept ticket cancellations up to two weeks before the event. If you want to cancel after that, we will refund only if we find a new buyer for your ticket.
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VikingCo is not your everyday company. As part of VikingCo, which also markets CityLife, our core business is telecoms. But that might just be a cover-up for our alternative development initiatives, and building an innovative ecosystem which goes beyond classic telco services. Hence our embracing the likes of Django and Python. VikingCo prefers to do things its own way (Mobile Vikings have been called stubborn), so we are developing our own top notch software platform allowing us to offer additional services to our Vikings and CityLifers, and easily integrate with partners in our ecosystem. To this day we also keep upgrading our free mobile apps (the awesome Viking App and CityLife App). But we’re open-minded too: sharing knowledge is our belief. Maybe you’re already familiar with some of our open source repositories (django datatrans, django advanced reports or django states)? VikingCo always seeks the win-win within its ecosystem. Just ask Ingenico, Connective, or Sparkcentral. Our people are so much more than devs: obviously they code, but they’re given the opportunity to lead projects and the freedom to put forward projects as well. This may sound cocky, but, just as we lead the mobile revolution, our ambition is to go above and beyond in platform development as well. We’re facing a huge challenge. Don’t miss out.
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The guys and girls from Opbeat are working hard to simplify the post-shipping workflow, and are active members of Django Copenhagen. They consume substantial amounts of coffee in the process.
Opbeat will be sponsoring the coffee at this year’s Django: Under the Hood, and will be recognisable by their coffee-pot t-shirts.
If you see a member of the Opbeat crew please feel free to give them a refill.
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We are seeking companies who wish to support the event financially. Your help will contribute to making the event as affordable as possible for everyone, as well as letting us bring many of the Django team members to the event to share knowledge and improve the Django development process. If you are interested in helping, please get in touch.