• "Using GraphQL with Django" - API Craft Singapore

    Speaker: Martin Brochhaus Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/API-Craft-Singapore/events/239634405/ Produced by Engineers.SG

    published: 21 Jun 2017
  • ReactJS - Django App Development Workshop

    Watch this tutorial to learn how to create a ReactJS and Django application. Link to GitHub: https://github.com/mbrochh/django-reactjs-boilerplate EVENT: Engineers.SG Meetup March 2016 SPEAKER: Martin Brochhaus PERMISSIONS: The original video was published on the Engineers.SG YouTube channel with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). ORIGINAL SOURCE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8wayjpaUJM

    published: 11 Oct 2017
  • The Django Test Driven Development Cookbook - Singapore Djangonauts

    Speaker: Martin Brochhaus Martin is currently working as the CTO of theartling.com and luxglove.com and is maintaining a codebase with ~30k lines of code and ~12k lines of tests. In this 45 minutes talk, he will show how you can setup your first Django test-suite with py.test, how you can create fixtures with mixer and how you can measure test coverage. He will also show common patterns and snippets that will help you overtake the initial hurdles of getting in to testing: How to speed up tests? How to mock third party libraries? How to test forms and class based views with Django's RequestFactory? How to test admin functions and management commands? How to test Django Rest Framework's API views and serializers? Event Page: http://www.meetup.com/Singapore-Djangonauts/events/230920405/ ...

    published: 08 Jun 2016
  • What's Wrong With The Engineer?

    This video is a simple look at the things that make the Engineer a weaker class, as well as what sometimes makes the Engineer a bit... too good of a class. If game balance rants are your thing, you'll probably enjoy this one. And yes, I do talk about the TF Team's proposed Rescue Ranger nerf. Spoiler alert: I'm an Engie main traitor. The TF Team's balance changes blog post: http://www.teamfortress.com/post.php?id=30147 Email the TF Team with your opinions on the above information: http://www.valvesoftware.com/email.php?recipient=TF+Team Mr. Slin's unofficial TF2 Class Tier List overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7rtNsRINpw Whispy's guide to airblasting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqDXMeW_Vb0 The opening song is Django by Luis Bacalov (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAooXL...

    published: 25 Jun 2017
  • Django + ReactJS Workshop - PyLadies Singapore

    Speaker: Martin Brochhaus (@mbrochh) GitHub Sample Code: https://github.com/mbrochh/django-reactjs-boilerplate Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1695048144084361 Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/ID4r/

    published: 17 Mar 2016
  • Developing real time applications in Django with Websockets - PythonSG Meetup

    Speaker: Gerald Goh Utilising swampdragon, I'll be showing how to build a simple real time chat application in Django. Gerald is a full stack developer at Apvera Pte. Ltd., a security analytics startup. Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/WCjU/

    published: 26 Mar 2015
  • Carl Meyer about Django @ Instagram at Django: Under The Hood 2016

    Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/carljm/instagram-under-the-hood Django: Under The Hood: http://djangounderthehood.com/ Django: Under The Hood is an annual Django conference for experienced Django developers. Come and learn about the internals of Django, and help to shape its future.

    published: 13 Nov 2016
  • Sam Bolgert, "REST Websockets API with Django Channels", PyBay2016

    Building REST APIs over HTTP has been discussed time and again. But could we do the same with WebSockets? What is the performance benefit? What learnings can we carry over from HTTP to WS? This talk will describe how engineers can build a REST API over WebSockets using Django and Channels. It is largely based on my experiences trying to build a REST WebSocket API. ​ Abstract Websockets have been around for a number of years but popular web frameworks have been slow to integrate because of their asynchronous nature. With Django Channels we’ve finally broken that frontier in a synchronous way. How will developers use this new territory? I will outline some of my explorations that I have serialized into a library I call channels-api. It takes familiar patterns from Django Rest Framework and a...

    published: 15 Sep 2016
  • Deploying scalable Django application on AWS - PyConSG 2016

    Speaker: Lalit Nama Description This talk will help beginners and intermediate developers about how to deploy their application on AWS cloud. It will help to plan auto scalability to handle unpredictable load on server to ensure app are up and running all times. Setup of alerts to get notify when something goes wrong to take needed action. Abstract If you ask a developer to deploy app on AWS it would make him think what to consider when going on AWS. This topic will help to know those things and the changes that are needed when planning to deploy on AWS with auto scalability. In this session you will be given a preview of how to make a Django app AWS ready and deploy it safely. Things I plan to cover: - Sample application: Start with a simple demo Django application. - AWS ready Django a...

    published: 06 Jul 2016
  • DjangoCon US 2017 - Butter smooth, interactive applications with Django... by Ganesh Swami

    DjangoCon US 2017 - Butter smooth, interactive applications with Django and Websockets by Ganesh Swami Web applications have changed significantly over the years – from simple static pages, to sprinkling interactiveness with JQuery/AJAX, to full dynamic single page apps. Through each evolution, we’re adding more complexity, more data and more asynchronous behavior to our applications. In this new world, where does the synchronous nature of Django’s request-response cycle fit in? My talk will focus on the topics around asynchronous Django applications. I’ll be sharing some lessons we learnt while building and scaling an interactive web application within the confines of Django and django-channels. This topic is interesting because there’s been a lot of interest with meteor-like framewor...

    published: 08 Sep 2017
  • Why the founder of Rails rejects 80% of Software Engineer applicants

    This is a short clip from an interview with David Heinemeier Hansson on the ScaleYourCode show. https://scaleyourcode.com In the clip, I ask David what he looks for when hiring Software Engineers. His answers are shocking, because of the mistakes so many applicants make. This video is also in written form, here: https://medium.com/@christophelimpalair/why-the-founder-of-rails-automatically-rejects-80-of-software-engineer-applicants-4e2a4d255f58 More content like this at http://scaleyourcode.com

    published: 10 Nov 2015
  • Tutorial: Neo4j and Python for Dummies - PyData Singapore

    Speaker: Eric C.Y. Lee Eric will give an introduction to graph database and Neo4j. He will demonstrate how you can install and setup Neo4j. He will explain some simple "Cypher Query Language" syntaxes. After you have basic knowledge of Neo4j, Eric will guide you through an exercise. If you would like to follow along, bring along a laptop, preferably with Linux or Mac OSX and the latest copy of Neo4j 2.3 at http://neo4j.com/download. The community version is fine, although the Enterprise version is better. Eric is a senior software engineer at Silicon Cloud International where he is responsible for work related to system development and NoSQL database. He has published books in digital publishing and biocomputing. Outside of work, he enjoys travelling and reading. Event Page: http://www...

    published: 17 Feb 2016
  • DjangoCon US 2017 - Going Rogue... by Josh Caldwell

    DjangoCon US 2017 - Going Rogue: How Code.org Created a Curriculum Development Platform Without their Engineers All by Josh Caldwell As a Middle School computer science teacher, I know enough to be dangerous, but not enough to consider myself a “real” developer. As a member of the curriculum team at Code.org (a nonprofit dedicated to providing all students with access to CS education), I knew that our combination of rendered markdown files and Google docs was far from the most effective way to write and deliver curriculum. If only we could schematize our curriculum writing, I thought, we’d be able to write more consistent lessons with better support for teachers to see which lessons are aligned to which standards, or where a given concept was first taught. When I brought this proposal to...

    published: 08 Sep 2017
  • How to Write Better Templates in Django (Django Tutorial) | Part 7

    Enjoyed my video? Leave a like! GitHub Link: https://github.com/maxg203 Personal Website: http://maxgoodridge.com

    published: 10 Nov 2016
  • "Building Next Generation APIs with Python, PostgresQL, JWT, and LXC" - API Craft Singapore

    Speaker: Vikrant Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/API-Craft-Singapore/events/237126456/ Produced by Engineers.SG

    published: 21 Mar 2017
  • Behavior-Driven Design (Front-End Design Principles For Engineers)

    This video is from a talk by John James at the Houston Python Web meetup on the 7th of November 2016. This talk by John James of Waste Management Security Services explores UX/UI design for full-stack engineers on small teams such as ours. We outline our design influences, and how we have integrated these principles within Django by adhering to the D.R.Y principle in software development. We believe this talk would be useful to any one on a small to mid sized team, looking to grow their front-end development prowess while still retaining the power and simplicity of the Django framework. Links from the talk: - Materialize CSS by Google - http://materializecss.com/ - CRUD - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Create,_read,_update_and_delete - Jinja2 - http://jinja.pocoo.org/docs/dev/ - Balsamiq ...

    published: 17 Nov 2016
  • Django and Flask: Why and When To Use Each - Eric Schles from Syncano

    For more tech talks and to network with other engineers, check out our site https://www.hakkalabs.co/logs Presented by Eric Schles from Syncano Full post here: https://www.hakkalabs.co/articles/django-and-flask In this video Eric Schles, Dev evangelist at Syncano, gives a compare and contrast talk on Django and Flask frameworks. Eric walks through some strengths of Flask: low overhead, easy to set up, good for prototyping etc., and some weaknesses: poor built-in debugging tools, not built to scale well, not strongly object-oriented. On the Django side of things, Eric points to strengths: object oriented, production level code under a deadline, and the benefits of the admin panel. However, Eric cautions viewers about the high overhead of set up and warns beginners about challenges.

    published: 05 Dec 2014
  • Building Real time Tracking System using IoT and Django - Rajat Ujawane - FOSSASIA Summit 2016

    Speaker: Rajat Ujawane (National Institute of Technology Warangal) About Rajat Ujawane: I am an undergraduate student of National Institute of Technology Warangal, majoring in Computer Science. I am passionate about computers, technologies, open source and love to work on Projects which make a difference in people’s day to day life and make it easier and I am glad, I had worked on a project during my undergraduate which impacts half a million of people’s life everyday. These things apart I love watching cartoons, travelling and eating good food. Event Page: http://2016.fossasia.org Produced by Engineers.SG

    published: 13 Oct 2016
  • June 2017 Meetup: Django, GraphQL, ReactJS & Apollo Workshop - Singapore Djangonauts (part 1)

    Speaker: Martin Brochhaus That's right, we will call it what it is: A workshop. Because it will be quite long... :) Martin is known as the CTO of theartling.com and luxglove.com and is currently in the process of migrating the entire codebase away from Django REST Framework and towards django-graphene (on the backend) and react-apollo (on the frontend). He will show how you can easily make use of these tools in your own projects right now - no big migration is needed, as you can gradually start using it for new features first and then gradually migrate old features whenever you have time. Martin will show how you can create your GraphQL schema in a test-driven manner, how you can query data from the database, how you can manipulate data using GraphQL Mutations, how you can deal with ...

    published: 28 Jun 2017
  • Introduction to Python Network Programming for Network Architects and Engineers Part 1 The Basics

    A classroom session from the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live Berlin 2017. This is Part 1 in a 3 part series that introduces participants to two of the core building blocks of many automation initiatives - the Python programming language and network programming concepts. No previous programming background is required. The 3 sessions may be taken as a series or individually. See DEVNET-1041 and DEVNET-1042 for description of Parts 2 and 3. The goal for this session is for you to be able to develop a set of Python ""building block"" templates that can be used as the foundation for more advanced topics. These templates include; how to take input from the Python command line or from the keyboard (in the form of an arbitrary domain name), how to leverage the Python socket library to retrieve the IP ad...

    published: 23 Feb 2017
  • Weekly Workshop - Intro to Python with Django - Part 1

    Python as a webserver

    published: 03 May 2016
  • Quick Introduction to Django - TechLadies Tech Talks

    Speaker: Vina Melody Event Page: https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/techladies-tech-talks-2-python-tickets-26732662112 Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/U5xX/

    published: 12 Aug 2016
  • June 2017 Meetup: Django, GraphQL, ReactJS & Apollo Workshop - Singapore Djangonauts (part 2)

    Speaker: Martin Brochhaus That's right, we will call it what it is: A workshop. Because it will be quite long... :) Martin is known as the CTO of theartling.com and luxglove.com and is currently in the process of migrating the entire codebase away from Django REST Framework and towards django-graphene (on the backend) and react-apollo (on the frontend). He will show how you can easily make use of these tools in your own projects right now - no big migration is needed, as you can gradually start using it for new features first and then gradually migrate old features whenever you have time. Martin will show how you can create your GraphQL schema in a test-driven manner, how you can query data from the database, how you can manipulate data using GraphQL Mutations, how you can deal with ...

    published: 28 Jun 2017
  • DjangoCon US 2017 - Taking Django Distributed by Andrew Godwin

    DjangoCon US 2017 - Taking Django Distributed by Andrew Godwin While some code happily lives on a single server forever, most big projects will have to cross the boundary into running both their application and storing their data across multiple systems. The basic strategies are well-known, but we’ll take a look at what to do as you cross the painful threshold where you can’t run your app as a monolith or store everything on a single database server. Among other things, we’ll look at how to split up business logic and application code to run on different servers, how to scale to handle different kinds of web traffic (read-heavy, write-heavy, and long-connections/WebSockets), when and how to make parts of your code not run inline with HTTP processing, strategies for storing data across mu...

    published: 07 Sep 2017
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"Using GraphQL with Django" - API Craft Singapore

"Using GraphQL with Django" - API Craft Singapore

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Speaker: Martin Brochhaus Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/API-Craft-Singapore/events/239634405/ Produced by Engineers.SG
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ReactJS - Django App Development Workshop

ReactJS - Django App Development Workshop

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  • Updated: 11 Oct 2017
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Watch this tutorial to learn how to create a ReactJS and Django application. Link to GitHub: https://github.com/mbrochh/django-reactjs-boilerplate EVENT: Engineers.SG Meetup March 2016 SPEAKER: Martin Brochhaus PERMISSIONS: The original video was published on the Engineers.SG YouTube channel with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). ORIGINAL SOURCE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8wayjpaUJM
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The Django Test Driven Development Cookbook - Singapore Djangonauts

The Django Test Driven Development Cookbook - Singapore Djangonauts

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  • Updated: 08 Jun 2016
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Speaker: Martin Brochhaus Martin is currently working as the CTO of theartling.com and luxglove.com and is maintaining a codebase with ~30k lines of code and ~12k lines of tests. In this 45 minutes talk, he will show how you can setup your first Django test-suite with py.test, how you can create fixtures with mixer and how you can measure test coverage. He will also show common patterns and snippets that will help you overtake the initial hurdles of getting in to testing: How to speed up tests? How to mock third party libraries? How to test forms and class based views with Django's RequestFactory? How to test admin functions and management commands? How to test Django Rest Framework's API views and serializers? Event Page: http://www.meetup.com/Singapore-Djangonauts/events/230920405/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/L4Qs/
https://wn.com/The_Django_Test_Driven_Development_Cookbook_Singapore_Djangonauts
What's Wrong With The Engineer?

What's Wrong With The Engineer?

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This video is a simple look at the things that make the Engineer a weaker class, as well as what sometimes makes the Engineer a bit... too good of a class. If game balance rants are your thing, you'll probably enjoy this one. And yes, I do talk about the TF Team's proposed Rescue Ranger nerf. Spoiler alert: I'm an Engie main traitor. The TF Team's balance changes blog post: http://www.teamfortress.com/post.php?id=30147 Email the TF Team with your opinions on the above information: http://www.valvesoftware.com/email.php?recipient=TF+Team Mr. Slin's unofficial TF2 Class Tier List overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7rtNsRINpw Whispy's guide to airblasting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqDXMeW_Vb0 The opening song is Django by Luis Bacalov (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAooXLAPoBQ) except instead of Django, my friend and I shouted "UNCLLLLLEEE" at the top of our lungs in my apartment at 2am and I'm sure my neighbors loved it. ►Support me on Patreon: https://goo.gl/CkKQLF ►Second Channel: https://goo.gl/uNHJ6X ►Steam Group: http://goo.gl/ZrjyjE ►My TFcrew Community Servers: https://play.crew.tf ►Twitch: http://goo.gl/PsBRD5 ►Discord Community: https://goo.gl/ckdrfo ►Twitter: https://goo.gl/t62ocd ►Instagram: https://goo.gl/5BQuPu ►Soundcloud: https://goo.gl/nWX6eb I use BudHud. Download it here: http://huds.tf/forum/showthread.php?tid=207 I use custom first person animations: https://goo.gl/GzYQiO Outro animation made by Uberchain: https://www.youtube.com/user/uberchainYT Theme Song made by Dapper Dog: https://www.youtube.com/user/Bleson End graphic made by Duke: http://steamcommunity.com/id/DukeDaniel Thumbnail and various in-video SFMs made by Py-bun: http://steamcommunity.com/id/pybun
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Django + ReactJS Workshop - PyLadies Singapore

Django + ReactJS Workshop - PyLadies Singapore

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  • Updated: 17 Mar 2016
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Speaker: Martin Brochhaus (@mbrochh) GitHub Sample Code: https://github.com/mbrochh/django-reactjs-boilerplate Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1695048144084361 Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/ID4r/
https://wn.com/Django_Reactjs_Workshop_Pyladies_Singapore
Developing real time applications in Django with Websockets - PythonSG Meetup

Developing real time applications in Django with Websockets - PythonSG Meetup

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  • Updated: 26 Mar 2015
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Speaker: Gerald Goh Utilising swampdragon, I'll be showing how to build a simple real time chat application in Django. Gerald is a full stack developer at Apvera Pte. Ltd., a security analytics startup. Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/WCjU/
https://wn.com/Developing_Real_Time_Applications_In_Django_With_Websockets_Pythonsg_Meetup
Carl Meyer about Django @ Instagram at Django: Under The Hood 2016

Carl Meyer about Django @ Instagram at Django: Under The Hood 2016

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  • Updated: 13 Nov 2016
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Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/carljm/instagram-under-the-hood Django: Under The Hood: http://djangounderthehood.com/ Django: Under The Hood is an annual Django conference for experienced Django developers. Come and learn about the internals of Django, and help to shape its future.
https://wn.com/Carl_Meyer_About_Django_Instagram_At_Django_Under_The_Hood_2016
Sam Bolgert, "REST Websockets API with Django Channels", PyBay2016

Sam Bolgert, "REST Websockets API with Django Channels", PyBay2016

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  • Updated: 15 Sep 2016
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Building REST APIs over HTTP has been discussed time and again. But could we do the same with WebSockets? What is the performance benefit? What learnings can we carry over from HTTP to WS? This talk will describe how engineers can build a REST API over WebSockets using Django and Channels. It is largely based on my experiences trying to build a REST WebSocket API. ​ Abstract Websockets have been around for a number of years but popular web frameworks have been slow to integrate because of their asynchronous nature. With Django Channels we’ve finally broken that frontier in a synchronous way. How will developers use this new territory? I will outline some of my explorations that I have serialized into a library I call channels-api. It takes familiar patterns from Django Rest Framework and applies them to websocket land. I will walk through a sample project to demonstrate the configuration and installation of the library. I will demonstrate using these patterns we can create a “REST like” API relatively quickly. We can also implement new features that HTTP doesn’t support like server side push. Bio Author of channels-api library. Former Lead engineer at a number of startups. https://speakerdeck.com/pybay2016/sam-bolgert-rest-websockets-api-with-django-channels
https://wn.com/Sam_Bolgert,_Rest_Websockets_Api_With_Django_Channels_,_Pybay2016
Deploying scalable Django application on AWS - PyConSG 2016

Deploying scalable Django application on AWS - PyConSG 2016

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  • Updated: 06 Jul 2016
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Speaker: Lalit Nama Description This talk will help beginners and intermediate developers about how to deploy their application on AWS cloud. It will help to plan auto scalability to handle unpredictable load on server to ensure app are up and running all times. Setup of alerts to get notify when something goes wrong to take needed action. Abstract If you ask a developer to deploy app on AWS it would make him think what to consider when going on AWS. This topic will help to know those things and the changes that are needed when planning to deploy on AWS with auto scalability. In this session you will be given a preview of how to make a Django app AWS ready and deploy it safely. Things I plan to cover: - Sample application: Start with a simple demo Django application. - AWS ready Django app: Things to consider when planning to deploy on AWS. - Use RDS: Use RDS MySQL database to use. - Use S3: Use S3 bucket for storage of user content. - Auto Scaling: Setup of auto sacling group to make your app scalable. - Setup Alerts: Setup CloudWatch monitoring to monitor AWS services to get notify when something goes wrong. Event Page: https://pycon.sg Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/P6Ro/
https://wn.com/Deploying_Scalable_Django_Application_On_Aws_Pyconsg_2016
DjangoCon US 2017 - Butter smooth, interactive applications with Django... by Ganesh Swami

DjangoCon US 2017 - Butter smooth, interactive applications with Django... by Ganesh Swami

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  • Updated: 08 Sep 2017
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DjangoCon US 2017 - Butter smooth, interactive applications with Django and Websockets by Ganesh Swami Web applications have changed significantly over the years – from simple static pages, to sprinkling interactiveness with JQuery/AJAX, to full dynamic single page apps. Through each evolution, we’re adding more complexity, more data and more asynchronous behavior to our applications. In this new world, where does the synchronous nature of Django’s request-response cycle fit in? My talk will focus on the topics around asynchronous Django applications. I’ll be sharing some lessons we learnt while building and scaling an interactive web application within the confines of Django and django-channels. This topic is interesting because there’s been a lot of interest with meteor-like frameworks that have synchronized state between the frontend and backend. My intention is to show the audience that you can accomplish the same end-result with Django, without the need to learn and deploy a brand new framework. An outline I have in mind: What does asynchrony mean, and why you need it. Traditional methods of achieving asynchrony (delayed jobs using worker queues like celery, long-polling for messaging, etc.) Why django-channels changes the game. How to architect your state. What are the available options for deployment. Gotchas, and what to do when things go wrong. Just a basic knowledge of Django is required, as the topics are transferable to other frameworks. We did not have to monkey-patch any of the drivers to achieve asynchrony, so what you’ll learn at my talk will apply cleanly to a stock Django. https://2017.djangocon.us/talks/butter-smooth-interactive-applications-with-django-and-websockets/
https://wn.com/Djangocon_US_2017_Butter_Smooth,_Interactive_Applications_With_Django..._By_Ganesh_Swami
Why the founder of Rails rejects 80% of Software Engineer applicants

Why the founder of Rails rejects 80% of Software Engineer applicants

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  • Updated: 10 Nov 2015
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This is a short clip from an interview with David Heinemeier Hansson on the ScaleYourCode show. https://scaleyourcode.com In the clip, I ask David what he looks for when hiring Software Engineers. His answers are shocking, because of the mistakes so many applicants make. This video is also in written form, here: https://medium.com/@christophelimpalair/why-the-founder-of-rails-automatically-rejects-80-of-software-engineer-applicants-4e2a4d255f58 More content like this at http://scaleyourcode.com
https://wn.com/Why_The_Founder_Of_Rails_Rejects_80_Of_Software_Engineer_Applicants
Tutorial: Neo4j and Python for Dummies - PyData Singapore

Tutorial: Neo4j and Python for Dummies - PyData Singapore

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  • Updated: 17 Feb 2016
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Speaker: Eric C.Y. Lee Eric will give an introduction to graph database and Neo4j. He will demonstrate how you can install and setup Neo4j. He will explain some simple "Cypher Query Language" syntaxes. After you have basic knowledge of Neo4j, Eric will guide you through an exercise. If you would like to follow along, bring along a laptop, preferably with Linux or Mac OSX and the latest copy of Neo4j 2.3 at http://neo4j.com/download. The community version is fine, although the Enterprise version is better. Eric is a senior software engineer at Silicon Cloud International where he is responsible for work related to system development and NoSQL database. He has published books in digital publishing and biocomputing. Outside of work, he enjoys travelling and reading. Event Page: http://www.meetup.com/PyData-SG/events/226837758/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/HrLr/
https://wn.com/Tutorial_Neo4J_And_Python_For_Dummies_Pydata_Singapore
DjangoCon US 2017 - Going Rogue... by Josh Caldwell

DjangoCon US 2017 - Going Rogue... by Josh Caldwell

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  • Updated: 08 Sep 2017
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DjangoCon US 2017 - Going Rogue: How Code.org Created a Curriculum Development Platform Without their Engineers All by Josh Caldwell As a Middle School computer science teacher, I know enough to be dangerous, but not enough to consider myself a “real” developer. As a member of the curriculum team at Code.org (a nonprofit dedicated to providing all students with access to CS education), I knew that our combination of rendered markdown files and Google docs was far from the most effective way to write and deliver curriculum. If only we could schematize our curriculum writing, I thought, we’d be able to write more consistent lessons with better support for teachers to see which lessons are aligned to which standards, or where a given concept was first taught. When I brought this proposal to our engineering team everyone was excited about the idea, but there was no way we had the bandwidth to actually create it. Our small team of engineers are booked solid building tools for students to learn programming and for teachers to manage their classes. When it comes to the needs of our curriculum writers, we obviously need to come after the students and teachers. But wait, I know how to program. I did the “Two Scoops” tutorial. Why couldn’t I make the tool I had dreamed of? Using Django and Mezzanine as a base, I gradually built a system that allows Code.org curriculum writers to write faster, more consistent, and better supported lessons at a massive scale. Along the way, I also dealt with the very real concerns of my engineering team. How can we be sure this will scale to our 10’s of thousands of teachers? What about our millions of students? How can we be certain that this doesn’t introduce new security vulnerabilities to our site? Are you sure you know what you’re doing here? The answer to all of these problems was surprising simple, and has allowed me to address the needs of our curriculum team without taking the engineering team’s focus away from the customers that really matter - teachers and students. After many months of development, CurriculumBuilder has become an essential internal tool for curriculum writing at Code.org, and continues to find new ways to solve problems that would otherwise go unaddressed. Not bad for a Middle School CS teacher who had never before written software used by others.
https://wn.com/Djangocon_US_2017_Going_Rogue..._By_Josh_Caldwell
How to Write Better Templates in Django (Django Tutorial) | Part 7

How to Write Better Templates in Django (Django Tutorial) | Part 7

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  • Updated: 10 Nov 2016
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Enjoyed my video? Leave a like! GitHub Link: https://github.com/maxg203 Personal Website: http://maxgoodridge.com
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"Building Next Generation APIs with Python, PostgresQL, JWT, and LXC" - API Craft Singapore

"Building Next Generation APIs with Python, PostgresQL, JWT, and LXC" - API Craft Singapore

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  • Updated: 21 Mar 2017
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Speaker: Vikrant Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/API-Craft-Singapore/events/237126456/ Produced by Engineers.SG
https://wn.com/Building_Next_Generation_Apis_With_Python,_Postgresql,_Jwt,_And_Lxc_Api_Craft_Singapore
Behavior-Driven Design (Front-End Design Principles For Engineers)

Behavior-Driven Design (Front-End Design Principles For Engineers)

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  • Updated: 17 Nov 2016
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This video is from a talk by John James at the Houston Python Web meetup on the 7th of November 2016. This talk by John James of Waste Management Security Services explores UX/UI design for full-stack engineers on small teams such as ours. We outline our design influences, and how we have integrated these principles within Django by adhering to the D.R.Y principle in software development. We believe this talk would be useful to any one on a small to mid sized team, looking to grow their front-end development prowess while still retaining the power and simplicity of the Django framework. Links from the talk: - Materialize CSS by Google - http://materializecss.com/ - CRUD - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Create,_read,_update_and_delete - Jinja2 - http://jinja.pocoo.org/docs/dev/ - Balsamiq - https://balsamiq.com/ - Zurb grid system - http://foundation.zurb.com/grid.html - Book - Picture This: How pictures work - Molly Bang - https://www.amazon.com/Picture-This-How-Pictures-Work/dp/1452151997 - Bill Butterick's Practical Typography - http://practicaltypography.com/
https://wn.com/Behavior_Driven_Design_(Front_End_Design_Principles_For_Engineers)
Django and Flask: Why and When To Use Each - Eric Schles from Syncano

Django and Flask: Why and When To Use Each - Eric Schles from Syncano

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  • Updated: 05 Dec 2014
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For more tech talks and to network with other engineers, check out our site https://www.hakkalabs.co/logs Presented by Eric Schles from Syncano Full post here: https://www.hakkalabs.co/articles/django-and-flask In this video Eric Schles, Dev evangelist at Syncano, gives a compare and contrast talk on Django and Flask frameworks. Eric walks through some strengths of Flask: low overhead, easy to set up, good for prototyping etc., and some weaknesses: poor built-in debugging tools, not built to scale well, not strongly object-oriented. On the Django side of things, Eric points to strengths: object oriented, production level code under a deadline, and the benefits of the admin panel. However, Eric cautions viewers about the high overhead of set up and warns beginners about challenges.
https://wn.com/Django_And_Flask_Why_And_When_To_Use_Each_Eric_Schles_From_Syncano
Building Real time Tracking System using IoT and Django - Rajat Ujawane - FOSSASIA Summit 2016

Building Real time Tracking System using IoT and Django - Rajat Ujawane - FOSSASIA Summit 2016

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  • Updated: 13 Oct 2016
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Speaker: Rajat Ujawane (National Institute of Technology Warangal) About Rajat Ujawane: I am an undergraduate student of National Institute of Technology Warangal, majoring in Computer Science. I am passionate about computers, technologies, open source and love to work on Projects which make a difference in people’s day to day life and make it easier and I am glad, I had worked on a project during my undergraduate which impacts half a million of people’s life everyday. These things apart I love watching cartoons, travelling and eating good food. Event Page: http://2016.fossasia.org Produced by Engineers.SG
https://wn.com/Building_Real_Time_Tracking_System_Using_Iot_And_Django_Rajat_Ujawane_Fossasia_Summit_2016
June 2017 Meetup: Django, GraphQL, ReactJS & Apollo Workshop - Singapore Djangonauts (part 1)

June 2017 Meetup: Django, GraphQL, ReactJS & Apollo Workshop - Singapore Djangonauts (part 1)

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  • Updated: 28 Jun 2017
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Speaker: Martin Brochhaus That's right, we will call it what it is: A workshop. Because it will be quite long... :) Martin is known as the CTO of theartling.com and luxglove.com and is currently in the process of migrating the entire codebase away from Django REST Framework and towards django-graphene (on the backend) and react-apollo (on the frontend). He will show how you can easily make use of these tools in your own projects right now - no big migration is needed, as you can gradually start using it for new features first and then gradually migrate old features whenever you have time. Martin will show how you can create your GraphQL schema in a test-driven manner, how you can query data from the database, how you can manipulate data using GraphQL Mutations, how you can deal with authentication and authorization and how to do validation of inputs and return form errors in a similar way like Django REST Framework does it. At the end of the workshop, we will leave Django-land and have a look at the frontend and learn how to use the newly built GraphQL API in a ReactJS project with react-apollo. Martin will demonstrate how to run queries and mutations, how to create queries with variables (i.e. IDs from the URL), how to re-fetch queries in case of network disruption and how to create pagination in astoundingly few lines of code. Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/Singapore-Djangonauts/events/240608776/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/8LUZ/
https://wn.com/June_2017_Meetup_Django,_Graphql,_Reactjs_Apollo_Workshop_Singapore_Djangonauts_(Part_1)
Introduction to Python Network Programming for Network Architects and Engineers   Part 1  The Basics

Introduction to Python Network Programming for Network Architects and Engineers Part 1 The Basics

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  • Updated: 23 Feb 2017
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A classroom session from the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live Berlin 2017. This is Part 1 in a 3 part series that introduces participants to two of the core building blocks of many automation initiatives - the Python programming language and network programming concepts. No previous programming background is required. The 3 sessions may be taken as a series or individually. See DEVNET-1041 and DEVNET-1042 for description of Parts 2 and 3. The goal for this session is for you to be able to develop a set of Python ""building block"" templates that can be used as the foundation for more advanced topics. These templates include; how to take input from the Python command line or from the keyboard (in the form of an arbitrary domain name), how to leverage the Python socket library to retrieve the IP address of the Domain Name device, how to leverage Python to save those Domain Name's and IP addresses to a simple log file, and to be able to demonstrate a simple UDP based client/server countdown timer application. Join DevNet today! It's free, easy, and gives you access to useful resources and tools. Come learn, code, inspire, and connect. https://developer.cisco.com/site/devnet/overview/index.gsp
https://wn.com/Introduction_To_Python_Network_Programming_For_Network_Architects_And_Engineers_Part_1_The_Basics
Weekly Workshop - Intro to Python with Django - Part 1

Weekly Workshop - Intro to Python with Django - Part 1

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  • Updated: 03 May 2016
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Python as a webserver
https://wn.com/Weekly_Workshop_Intro_To_Python_With_Django_Part_1
Quick Introduction to Django - TechLadies Tech Talks

Quick Introduction to Django - TechLadies Tech Talks

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  • Updated: 12 Aug 2016
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Speaker: Vina Melody Event Page: https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/techladies-tech-talks-2-python-tickets-26732662112 Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/U5xX/
https://wn.com/Quick_Introduction_To_Django_Techladies_Tech_Talks
June 2017 Meetup: Django, GraphQL, ReactJS & Apollo Workshop - Singapore Djangonauts (part 2)

June 2017 Meetup: Django, GraphQL, ReactJS & Apollo Workshop - Singapore Djangonauts (part 2)

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  • Updated: 28 Jun 2017
  • views: 433
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Speaker: Martin Brochhaus That's right, we will call it what it is: A workshop. Because it will be quite long... :) Martin is known as the CTO of theartling.com and luxglove.com and is currently in the process of migrating the entire codebase away from Django REST Framework and towards django-graphene (on the backend) and react-apollo (on the frontend). He will show how you can easily make use of these tools in your own projects right now - no big migration is needed, as you can gradually start using it for new features first and then gradually migrate old features whenever you have time. Martin will show how you can create your GraphQL schema in a test-driven manner, how you can query data from the database, how you can manipulate data using GraphQL Mutations, how you can deal with authentication and authorization and how to do validation of inputs and return form errors in a similar way like Django REST Framework does it. At the end of the workshop, we will leave Django-land and have a look at the frontend and learn how to use the newly built GraphQL API in a ReactJS project with react-apollo. Martin will demonstrate how to run queries and mutations, how to create queries with variables (i.e. IDs from the URL), how to re-fetch queries in case of network disruption and how to create pagination in astoundingly few lines of code. Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/Singapore-Djangonauts/events/240608776/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/8LUY/
https://wn.com/June_2017_Meetup_Django,_Graphql,_Reactjs_Apollo_Workshop_Singapore_Djangonauts_(Part_2)
DjangoCon US 2017 - Taking Django Distributed by Andrew Godwin

DjangoCon US 2017 - Taking Django Distributed by Andrew Godwin

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  • Updated: 07 Sep 2017
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DjangoCon US 2017 - Taking Django Distributed by Andrew Godwin While some code happily lives on a single server forever, most big projects will have to cross the boundary into running both their application and storing their data across multiple systems. The basic strategies are well-known, but we’ll take a look at what to do as you cross the painful threshold where you can’t run your app as a monolith or store everything on a single database server. Among other things, we’ll look at how to split up business logic and application code to run on different servers, how to scale to handle different kinds of web traffic (read-heavy, write-heavy, and long-connections/WebSockets), when and how to make parts of your code not run inline with HTTP processing, strategies for storing data across multiple machines, and how to structure your engineering team to best cope with all these changes. We’ll also look at a few apparently innocuous decisions and the spiral of bad performance they lead to, and how to recognise some of these common problems so you can avoid them yourself in future.
https://wn.com/Djangocon_US_2017_Taking_Django_Distributed_By_Andrew_Godwin
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