The London Django Meetup Group is a social meetup, who regularly hold a gathering the 2nd Tuesday of each month. The meetups are an occasion for all, you don't have to be a veteran Django developer, although an interest in Django and web development is advisable.
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Freelancing (and Contracting) for Developers
Featuring Adam Charnock
An open and candid talk about being self employed as a software developer. This talk will cover both money and soft skills. How much should I charge? How do I get my first client? My second client? Do I need a contract? How do I dump I client? How do I raise my rates? I will be opening discussing...
Featuring Nicholas Herriot
Monitoring Django with Prometheus
Featuring Aaron Kirkbride
In this talk, Aaron will share what he has learned from monitoring service-oriented architectures and how similar techniques can be applied to Django applications. He will explore how metrics can be useful and look at examples with Prometheus and Google’s newly released OpenCensus library which...
Work Life Panel Q&A
Featuring Joseph Fox, Adam Malinowski, Dan Palmer and Rolo Mawlabaux
We'll have a panel Q&A session with some people from our community who have worked in the Django/Python/web world for several years, representing different roles - from employee to contractor, developer to manager.
'The Rocky River' - How to Architect your Django Monolith
Featuring David Seddon
As a Django project grows in size and complexity, it can be difficult to prevent it turning into an architectural 'Big Ball of Mud'. In this talk you will learn about the 'Rocky River' as an architectural pattern for structuring larger Django projects.python scaling architecture django
Make your Django stack scale: with Docker and Kubernetes
Featuring Joseph Borg
Containers, most often using the Docker format are a great way to produce application images that are immutable, quick to spin up, and isolated from other applications. But when you want to deploy a group of containers to a cluster, you face a bunch of challenges.python scaling kubernetes docker django