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.
At Univa. Previously Canonical, Toro Rosso and Force India. Free and open source developer. Big fan of racing and love to race.
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.
David is a senior developer at Growth Street (www.growthstreet.co.uk), a London-based Fintech startup. A Django developer, David loves to work with startups, and until recently was lead developer of the dating website Doingsomething, and Lingoing, the on-demand sign language company.