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specializes in web and mobile products are not as as a passion about security and distributed systems for them than 18 show that I have and Benny Lindsay it creates a screencast on go . com having does he have the basics of gin going I want to take it to the next level here on Gardner I think in areas that founder of Lincoln labor in 1 of the 1st disease revive professional jingle support back in 20 error 2007 and as other high-performance Shingo and a frequent speaker urging economist as given toxic icon insult comforts Tracy has spawned out color webapp come out a graph copy nite and which walks yes you can't use and which once beginners degrading their 1st web app which Ingo as well as that inches also the founder of wedding let me OK so this 1st parts and on the talk about where you want to is writing so and i'd like LDD has a discussion at this 1st one and then and smothers and you can decide which ones you would like to answer so and tells about how and our minivan bothers Django under certain here by you and and I think ahead of the answer it had no community yes so yes I also asserted ending Django I should here I think 4 years ago I'm doing helping with the Mozilla Developer Network of 1st introduction into it and I really liked it I started a student that it's a rails and so this Django thing and it was kind of a hybrid between the 2 in a few areas I really liked it and such kind of stuck with that and then from there on the go genocide like a couple months after started as like you know a really wish somebody who's doing screencasts for these so what I because no 1 else's and so I started doing those and that really took my learning up to the next level and that's kind of kind of a dirty secret of good gen goes I don't know what I was doing research teaching everyone else wanted it to sound effect and so on as learning within the star itself yeah estimator is eager as well the I technical expert something right at the priorities screencast I a Ioser von developer designer I started arranging of 4 years ago for fridays ago because I want to launch my start up and everyone said you had to go find cofounder and try diners were so I decided to still be learned how to program and do it myself so the log of the reasons that that as I was growing method up and becoming a bear developer I kept thinking back to this Rigel tutorials a using the like iconic to be such a better way teach this especially someone who is like me with a front-end and design background I'm so that's I decided to add a feeling I could begin I decided full and to the right my hand but and how I wish that it goes uh my path was was a ski run you know 1 may for money so that became a computer technician uh and the and started hosting e-mail for people because nobody good e-mail servers and then they start asking the websites forum so I started doing PHP and WordPress and and then the people ask for more complex websites and I try to build that stuff and PHP were present was painful so I moved to gender and you have been working the general since the that point 9 6 version of been good I started learning Python on my own but I wanted use it for workers working in finance at the time uh and um never really caught on and work but I really enjoyed was doing and I want to build a website for myself so I had certain large-angle I I want some show me do screencasts back in the day and they were all in 1 9 6 but 1 0 was out bunch of weird errors China I watch the screencast of and yeah eventually i'd decide to move out of finance I thought man I really like building things with Django or what I've been learning maybe someone will pay me to do this and turns out only by a stroke of complete block I and up that cactus fruit and and just as snowballed from their own the the
a certain working on in the start-up scene in 2011 and after a couple jobs where I was working in PHP you're rails or Java script I discovered that I really really don't like any of those tools and ended up on a project with Python and Django and said this is it I I don't wanna do all those those the tools for any of the other websites and just kind of stuck with it I think that answers and they said 0 1 thing that we have to be mindful and 1 other publications I worked on actually about for international audiences and so am and other source outcome for example we have we have a huge editorial what lack of focus a guess if anything under Open source will fit in R and in our site so when you see my your audience and here 0 4 carriers and you know what he picturing as your audience is a an primarily an North American are you and concerned about having you're works translated and ii picturing this being used at any university level for an interventional setting or is it something for some self tied in doing this at home for fine so I'm Tuzla that about the audience you have in mind for how your creating content and yet only optic decides since and as a self publisher cause I suppose it on a publisher I. I have to think about all those things
myself and a lot of it has to be like a kind of like a trade I tried it and make axis ables possible and enzyme 3 from platforms which is kind of weird Ferlie people that you self publishing business businesspeople choosy there April a thing like gum road we're owning and and the sales nearly yourself versus an enzyme which is kind a universal and they tended enzyme has it is 8 does sell internationally really well and by money into problem I penetrated its maximize it as much as possible and but American a 2nd but the 2nd book amusing straight services existing nationally which has been an issue they talk to some people in the depression they're like a straight so that's useless as so my answer is that person I tried in Lake may gets a anyone for me them work and beginner audience anyone who's tolling new thing is evident beginners you'll use mortal tutorials and this and that and they have an audience as internationalization problems I have an answer vertices at the but my audience would be probably professionals or people who want professionals using it in a kind of in the trenches I would love to have an international as but I haven't had any request Fourier and it seems like a monumental task as a self publisher so we're know I'm I'm in the same boat that we saw on you know dumb wrote Amazon and a couple other platforms so we do get some international sales and fortunately I think English right now is sort of the defacto technical language of which side the unshared isolate some people but right now and I think it would just be too big of an undertaking to try transfer the the there was some effort to translate a book that was really concerned we had when we were writing it from for audience do in I we wanted to address questions we felt were coming from the community or a steadily that intermediate to advanced of user of a person in that people that star in the field constrained by the framework and wanted to show them those constraints only exists in the mind and that like the ways to use in you might not have done before I have seen solid examples on on the Julia Michael water would probably of the maddening for saying this but I wrote the book for the heaters I wrote and I wrote the book for the people that he Django that when he's flask instead that when he's node instead a route for them and I what to hear from them often has this might want to for them it's for them and I spent a lot of time thinking about the difficulty level and the the sort of of the how much knowledge people had when they were going to be reading my book and I tried to write for 2 audiences it to draw it for an audience of people who did know how websites work to understand how web frameworks worked and need that extra knowledge before they could come in and look at the tender documentation and Web API because in PPI as great as long as you understand the that it's you using the problem that you need to solve using the API and then how all that EPI fits together so that was the 1st audience the 2nd audience in the 2nd 2 thirds the book were people who were familiar with the problem the solution and who wanted an example of on some of the lesser-known parts of the Django framework on unlucky because all I've I wrote this with Pierson and Pierson handles international of and rationalization rather so it was not something had to actively think about because if they believe there is a market and unfortunately I have no say in that please e-mail them directly if you think is and they will then go ahead and translated for that market so it was not not a real concern of mine you might take the pressure field that that had it had that meant steeper for years so that well audience you have in mind and then are you able to get demographics insert your doing video you able to see is actually watching a video and I'd be curious if you had any surprises there or you know these and watching a radius yeah so turgidum back to the original original question my 1st thought was the shows to take all that and the
mind mind and that was a lot I never thought about almost any other word I own while so I I 1st heard a good jingle for me so is is an opportunity for me to learn and whether people know what's uh what I've learned and it are from this country well they're kind that more dynamic situation and books because as as a produce more content again more audience and the berries and so on as it happened it this change of Wajdi knowing you with Google Analytics of the demographic information and and it's very normal tech industry 20 to 40 male 80 per cent of male 20 per cent women and so like it is the exact representation of with the tech industry leaders of sober in all honesty I have a really kind of focused much on that my my actual target is more skill levels were I try to predict and put it up at the beginner immediate 10 intermediate so you've you've done that you've done the poles tutorial you may be done the it the the pi ladies tutorial the below about annually to go that 1 next step from the that's kind of where I try to target but what I'm doing and recently have started and backfilling alone without the subtitles and closed captioning and so service that can do that that's not prohibitively expensive so I can offer um uh the tutorials to like hearing-impaired and that also gives the next level of somebody wants to come in and translate than up timings to more easily translated from I just I can afford to translate anything but there's opportunity there for translation international languages plus actually helps them how a completely millions hey 0 by close captioning because I can read English really well I came here I can't listen very fast but I can follow along with what you're doing and read at the same time so that I could the benefits of their so as time has progressed gone like in who's actually watching and how can I help you know international specifically and again hearing-impaired as well so think mean and Peter and and they said next which is about the tools used for writing and pick the open-source tools will be use for writing and recording video and text editors or and if doing any of your own and layouts you know or any of your self publishing or whatever we be interested to hear what tools that you like or when the tried you don't like they are and why you did like them yeah I I use states and I didn't like it it was it was pretty painful but obviously I don't really know much better option the some of the things that thing so as well uh like footnotes and the code samples and all the stuff that really came in handy when I started a research other options I always kind of found issues that that they didn't cover and so yeah and a layout is using lot which of is I don't like even more ahead I said and I had the right idea you know the only deal with this I had somebody can reduce style guide and then attached it over to this guy is a lot of expert and to to do all the typesetting and he got like a % away dominance and disappeared uh so I had to figure it out a kind of last-minute undergo another deadline which is mostly like googling inducing and things and violent inward and doing again and this is something else and so it's really horrible I did not enjoy that part of the process and but in the end like you know we we got something that's pretty close to what we wanted to look like so if I am I right in mark down and then using right now the pub platform is hell of others also published to the employ the empowerment by writing marked and using them I sit on dropboxes mapped them personally during figures a little bit of highly stuff and but lean pebble generate the mobile that movie files the profiles for me size gives the I heard a lot more stories about but activating rare it as an robotic or stories about it has a good knowledge about monthly for my but all the smaller could 7 actually and simple so in marked mean path because it a technical books translates it into the additional versions for me I can sell a digital versions the Amazon and then and I am background designs of animals they will import mark and in design and I could do the formatting myself but I do everything worked out it the it so we
accident have to make that choice thankfully that's 1 of the joys of not self-publishing we're working the publisher they had documentation use asciidoc which is very similar to reStructuredText accepted compiles to DocBook XML rather than Nacional and a very similar format it's really nice I like ASCII document use it again though I have no idea how to compile it but that's all done by the platform we just clone get repo but our acid of files and we push him up and then nanoplatform we press above and then build a pdf and put it on we download of it was it was magic so know I don't know how hard that process of converting asciidoc into a PDF a movie formats actually is but I like the process of just writing in an of really easy and to Pearson doesn't have that and when they probably should should be talking to arrive at a time and because there was no documentation I'm sort of told going to whatever you 1 and the problem is is that I wrote in a thousand page book and that's a lot of code and I anytime I tweeted a changed it based on feedback I didn't have to going and copy the code back in every single time so I started writing mark down and wrote a script that would take the code from get help and put it in the mark down except markdown doesn't have references to sort of any intelligent formatting so then I extended the markdown using my own scripts may be compatible with the pen dog markdown can compile it into lot tech and then compile the lot tech I'm sorry i've horrified you and I tried to do the asciidoc thing I really did on any was simply too rigid giving giving the what I was trying to do with it so I'm I'm so sorry you the you're software developer and a so my my tool chain is uh when I 1st started I used a 5 dollar screen recording up on the App Store absolutely hated it but I got the job done and then I I'm Ryan Bates had some conversion scripts on his repo over rails cast so I copied and pasted those on my computer and that's how I got started now it's a little more sophisticated use I show you reach the for most of extreme recording these audacity for order of audio recording and I mix the 2 together and Final Cut Pro and a couple of custom scripts that do the my post production stuff and then I have a thing more custom scripts actually upload everything and settle the show notes and and also send it off to get the the transcription and closed captioning them as well automatically so custom stuff that I've done thank do it as a model have certain the next question and so when I when I write is something I'm excited about writing in and I have a vision for a it's all written I had before I start writing and into something I need a writer have to right and that's where you'll see me doing our lying and all that some curious about way your processes are and how you decided or you know the start writing or recording do you have like recording the other scripts in mind 1st reading you know and mean and then with writing but did you do an outlying and added idea right the painting that we had no 1 is part of the page you know to say this is the book that we were right and that was the the rough guide of of what the chapters would be and what the subject matter would be and then from there of and a lot of it stemmed from the thing that we want to create of that we want to walk the user through the creation of a of an of a project and so we start by building the project from nothing in writing and tested and play with it and then we would go through it and build it all again all from scratch of and see if we built it the same way the 2nd time and then explain how we built it step by step that was sort of the process and working together we also which sort of swap now who would do the 1st draft of the chapter and of the so I would build out chapter 1 and Jewish blood different chapter and then we would swap and do the 2nd pass and i've bright I write really fast and terrible and so like I would just produce just loads and loads pages of garbage and then like Julia would refine it and of that's that was our process it without your ahead of the whole light I mean it's it's nice to have a co-op the co-authors right it's nice to have another set of eyes and that was that was the only part of my processes sort of knowing someone's got my back of before it went to the editor or a technical review like someone had my back before it got to that yeah thank you FIL that in I had the unadjusted teaching this as a class and actually had intended for a lot of material to to actually be screencasts first one anyways at sort of that test viewing of the screencast that someone said you know this would be much better is a book and so I started off with actually of a whole bunch of of slides and of a small repo and that I was used to going through in explaining and so when I when I restructuring the book he was very much from the standpoint of the class and it turns out that it just seriously expand on that once we expanded on the book of the book was originally intended just to be his 300 page thing and then my editor applied on 2014 said you know we really like what you've got can you give us more of it and I made the mistake of saying yes and so at that point I expanded the repel and it became a question of sort of scanning through multiple times where I would build the code out and then write about it and see what was working what wasn't working send it off to some people and say how do you feel about these explanations and then scan back through the code is slowly slowly build it out and and that's sort of how I tackle the problem for for many of the book actually
started and this kind of like a wrap-up letter for a consulting engagement head of and like a record list of recommendations through uh this kind where working with I could write more on this in this approach you know from people and like the 1st 5 or 10 thousand words like happened really fast glycolysis no problems have and I and so I Primerica like you know a road out a bunch of stuff that result in a stream of consciousness and then it was outlining like OK where the gaps here what I missing and and Michael author who had you know some knowledge in a the general way of the uh was able to fill in some of the gaps where is expertise lose you considerably more than minds and it was sort of yeah just commit coming over that again and again and refining and filling in gaps and you know reading and single most of yeah so basically take the process and that's kind what I view of the mix of all about the for idea generation and that's I think a little different for me I had to what I call the long-term blogging approach on since I tried a release 3 videos a month from i have to think very long term and so I like to get a good ideas that can last 2 months or a month for at least 2 weeks and then I'll spend 10 to 30 hours coding our over and over several times to make sure to make a video on it and and basically doing everything that everyone else talked about that idea generation comes from or would you were were 101 it's interesting to me with someone asked for I do a lot of that and also what I see on like StackOverflow that people are asking about consistently and and then what is somebody complaining to me about a so starkly with so it's kind words start getting ideas from mine and the process of aligning my 2 bucks that the sign of a new 1 that's being funded on Kickstarter right now and this work it is kind of I'd start out with the idea of like what kind of with the basic project review project with that unwanted build and work backwards to build chapters in terms of those steps because this book is very much go from here to here and 1 and 1 flow and that was all done in Google Docs I what's this please they share so they will take the flow at the podisi was it out pull points and each chapter and I had detained chapter and I can't center the people's make sure there was a missing any bets added that there Matsuda the chapters are individual the individual exercises and and set also GoogleDocs like this this is really is the share did you of idea generation there are ideas and still finalizing on chapters it would not a lot that's just again and kind of what I wish with this but existed and so the 2nd but it is an area concepts I is only the immediate exercises at the top myself there wasn't any on documentation on online McGuire chapters recessive extract and that's something that kind it doesn't exist right now so knowing that there's a whole there is a chapter and that's kind of high but the the 2nd book there was some sort of interim the Sun and in it and you might not having any answer for the seriousness and as he said you have the publisher and centuries that and licensing how you think have a license your material or is it chosen for you and again if you did get a cake and when he decided analyzes the decided on so I did I did not get to pick and it was not a question I realized I could ask and I am to a really interesting conversation with Harry Percival who published his all of his material online under a Creative Common license on all I had been led to believe when I signed a contract with peers and that I had no say in the matter and it later turns out that they do allow for some flexibility in Riley for some some flexibility but so when I signed a contract I was told this is this is the only contract you will sign it is non-negotiable and that was that was a so if you got to take do you have any have favorites in mind on I I probably would look at the Creative Commons options honestly bound I I should have edge 2013 with the dual purpose of trying to learn more Django but also to meet people in the community all I that point had not signed a contract with Pierson but had to begin the conversation with them and I wasn't going to write a book for a group of people that didn't like and so I showed up and I love to the community and I said yes I will write this book and so given that I wrote a book for the community it seems really silly not to just give a lot of that away on the other hand I'd also like to make money off of this so I'm not sure that's the right answer so sometimes they haven't thought a whole lot about it it is a the I am in the same boat by the really up and have the ultimate choice considering I own all of that but I never really thought about it and haven't because the i I just wanna create content for people and it's available on my site a bunch of its free a bunch of it's not that i and so they are known to make money so I ate I might think about some of that at the moment I just retain the full copyright and I just go about my day on that just creating content that's really what I wanna do yet Lockwood for me being of against world and because that at this next alleging the gross tutorial anchor keep the deeper but they're free and I and I and that's me feel awkward sometimes it's like release it for free and then trying to make this into my my day job without the so loss of us this metajob in I need to charge at some point and said using Conrad tightly something's refrain and spent some conversation operator runs and super supported by I haven't been charging for bigger content yeah so our book is new copyright all rights reserve and were in the same boat and it's a tremendous model worked for about out there but I wouldn't do it if if there weren't some you know other outside and ends we do like we post our blog what I'm interested in a topic or about our blog honestly there's nothing in this book and my guess is you know the problem as the other peoples that you couldn't find if you done enough online so that the point of the book is it's kind of you have it all in 1 place and instead of spending weeks staying around you haven't already there so yeah it's is it is a little strange an open source environment to release you know copyrighted
for material but I think if it weren't for that it just wouldn't get done uh you you would have the quality books available at this they're all kind of free and open source it as of a small and and and this was really a big discussion that we had no I did talk to Harry as well about the process of them open sourcing all this content I think that's all of I think that's great and then it's available for free but I feel like even though it's available for free and it is available on github it's truly open source like people are collaborating on this book together of you know this book is vision and like bracket except for requests on like most of the typo white here I can change the book for us so I don't know I I guess we can make it open like so that people could download and try to build themselves those would never happen like it would never work of but it's not really open source lessons and that is member there is actually a chapter is means lationships and there I did have and I originally up there has I knew that I insulation stuff would change fast don't 1 above to go out of them to as the old information to fast and I couldn't get higher than as talking at the bucket people actually have a mean little things like finding typos someone gave me a whole thing for how to install on Linux like something that has filled out I paid on their of extra resources and is really cool same people and come in and out help out with this because I put the information on the set repository as chemicals as a contain will open source people help Ellis and well it wasn't her question because I worked under me licenses at the different publications I worked on and an end date and and and honestly curious because people have different and things that they found work for them in our differing motivations for writing and I remember and Linux express which is not an inexpensive magazine it's about 100 dollars a year very low add count those and we count on subscribers and the you know the occasion he would say information wants to be free in my responses or over for free you know and I think to get paid for writing and editing and so some of the you know and so and that there are many different models work for the people obviously and so will will have about 10 minutes and I have more questions i can ask that I wanna make sure that everyone here gets a chance so and let's and take audience questions and there's a mike over here and then if we have time I'll answer my hand so I don't think I'll have time for my questions of the of long time ago I wrote a Drupal book on so from that experience I ask how did you maintain your sense of wellness for a lot of the work I mean that's a serious question has few common working all the time and the maintain balance this question is predicated on the fact that we did a lot of now I know I mean again I don't know how old all that don't have a co-authored did it by yourself it's insane I I did by being carried by Julia at times and I carry Julia when she needed me I it was not I'm not going to work life balance I work like all the time and I work in the book and I go run and nicely and that's you know everything that I do everything that I have by well it's way we did for the challenge and I guess I would say how did we find out I find a balance they didn't find it and start ups owning a burnt out my certified by a good rating away burn time writing about Mr. up and lucky to have flexibility to do that malaise iron the working 24 7 1 another an but it does help me to context selection in the lab we do work on this about like feeling a goes like a terrible terrible job a set very strict deadlines from from a basically when I leave in the morning it at 6 AM and this which I get home around a for like that's my full time job and I don't do a full time job outside of that and then I do family stuff until about 6 and from 6 to 9 I of 3 days a week I do go Django stuff and so I have to make sure my processes extremely streamlined to make sure I fit in there and then all do Saturday morning before noon sometimes to get stuff and I just and my wife reminds me if I start deviating out of the so it is of a question mark of the process so I did a 3 hour tutorial here agenda kind and I felt so overwhelmed and that's you know 1 10th of the amount of content and I found when I we're going to try and do something I which kind of get lost in all that there was as a there's a reference yearly goes there how do you kind of think about but taking a small and works again just in work on this chapter really kind you like deal with the breadth of information that you have and actually just focus on where you need to be working the if the um divide and conquer is sort of the short answer announces the I because I was so focused on demonstrating code I made sure that all of the the code was heavily annotated in hub and all of that I knew which commit was in which chapter any commands that I had run at that point were indicate of notes on and I was I was writing notes as I went and that way any time I was writing about that I could simply look at the list of commands and see which ones were relevant to that chapter and then begin looking through the nodes that I've written to myself while it was building it and then add to notes that I had written to myself on the side in the text editor and trying to pick that up but there is the substantial amount of information and at the just added thing you really have to know your audience and focus on your audience your book can be everything to everyone for your content can be everything everyone like can I cut this like if you know your tutorials about writing documentation like do they really need to know this really care about this you know having out of focus just saying like this can be covered by another book like we did really cover
testing which is not great 5 there's other break books about testing and or book can be about what it's about and Dingell by Harry's book study here we have about 5 more minutes and I think it really pretty happy to talk and in the hallway track around breaks later so that's and lentic chicken ask the question after that they sell so much has been really fantastic in did so that many years ago I had a publisher some more to publisher tell me that they didn't want to do with Django books because of that the the quality documentation that there was no market for paid GenGO content and I think you've all like proven that wrong but but I'm interested in what your relationship is with the documentation is the is the existence of all this they can't and assigned that the dot quality has slipped are we covering different areas where and can you talk a little bit about how you see yourself versus what's in the official that's for many of the the jagged arts and kind of need to be not opinionated and innovation be having favorite-son in our book is a lot about the tooling that goes around gender so I thought there no opportunity to say you know sure there's other stuff out there but this is probably what you should be using error this is that this is a good starting point and I think uh there are some easy kind of performance sketches and Django that I don't know how well the the document and maybe uh but I don't know if that's genders job be there you know that the Lorentz and hide the fact that using a billion queries and like that might be a problem where you counting your table with millions of rows and so you I I don't think the gender documentations great I think most of the content in my book would belong in the tender documentation I tried using polls way back today and that didn't work I and II and that teachers of gender using Kenneth was getting scared a video series the gas is because drinkables there at best quick Comanches of gender docs cover what to
do we cover how to do it a different question thank you for this I spend all my question is what tools do you command for your universities case of contested readers in groups for the students and what is there of text editors versus by trade off 1 programmers from your perspective and then we have a lot of opinions about that but I like dead tree copies like physical books I also like an outside with someone else about this before right I like not being able to copy and paste the code like having to type it out myself I think there's something very that's part of my learning process I don't know if that's true of everyone else of so I like having print editions and having to all tight and understand the code regardless of what the other is not being able to copy and paste is like at the feature to me I don't I don't have a real opinion on this stuff the I I purposely draw have for projects on get help like other people do because of exactly that I'm I have just enough code shows socially exactly what I typed most of the time you can't copy and paste to make it work by I purposely did that because I'm I'm that way I I I have to do it myself and often it when I was when I experimented with giving full examples you e-mail me as most of work without watching the videos and so it's like but I explained in this 5 minute video that I spend 30 hours producing of why don't understand the next 30 minutes talking to you and it really explaining so yeah and held to a quick question because and we about 1 minute of yeah I'm sure everyone's heard of come Academy include Academy of and just using technology as a way of teaching new things especially programming languages and Django of you feel that books as a medium have a much longer future for for learning different technologies or are they going to eventually the surpassed by screencasts or even interactive tutorials or or something else even From of books in the in my case that encode key changing its version of and so the release of the Bendigo changes and then things got a date assets set problem let's say books over status swirls on her that it but you you to make the argument that even if you put India the screencast you still walked into a version of the I have actually 0 so I can teach general classes of start corporate and I've had a lot of of people and start to say 0 well I learned Python Dean could account and of good Academy of has a specific limitation where it puts all the code and the little blocks and then it doesn't let you out of the box and so 1 of the things about a lot of the nothing's limitation of the medium but 1 of the things that you see on almost all of these sites is that they did walk to win and that turns out to be a real problem and whereas I don't think books or other mediums allowing you to do that right that they give you all the freedom without putting you in this box and it is in some ways it's was worried because they force you to go out and figure out the install and they they put this overhead right away so sorry that I read in the because long-lived frantically take away head on the shelf thank you but thank the half and half of the half of it
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Titel Django Authors Panel
Serientitel DjangoCon US 2015
Teil 36
Anzahl der Teile 46
Autor Lavin, Mark
Pinkham, Andrew
Lindsey, Buddy
Baumgartner, Peter
Endsley, Rikki
Osborn, Tracy
Mitwirkende Confreaks, LLC
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung 3.0 Unported:
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DOI 10.5446/32757
Herausgeber DjangoCon US
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract This will be a moderated Q&A with a panel of Django authors. Questions will be collected in advance from community suggestions. There will also be time for some questions from the audience. The panel will include: Andrew Pinkham - author of "Django Unleashed" Mark Lavin - co-author of "Lightweight Django" Tracy Osborn - author of "Hello Web App" Peter Baumgartner - co-author of "High Performance Django"

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