DjangoCon AU is an annual gathering of Django developers in Australia. It is held as a one day mini-conference at the start of PyConline AU.
DjangoCon AU content will be Django specific, but there will also be useful Django-related content in the main PyConline AU program.
There will also be Django developers at the sprints held after PyConline AU.
This year will be a bit different than the last, given the global travel restrictions. DjangoCon AU 2020 will run as an online, virtual conference.
A story of a construction project manager who fell into the deep world of Django and Python This talk is a story about how I learnt Django and Python coming from a non-tech industry, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
You know what happens inside your test functions, but what machinery operates around that to put the dots (or E's and F's!) on your screen? This talk will open up the internals of both Django's test framework and Pytest to describe the various steps of the test process, and some examples of customzing it.
Django 3.1 has asynchronous views - but the next step is to put asynchronous support right into the beating heart of Django, its ORM. Learn the challenges of asynchronous API design in Python, how threading is crucial even in an async world, and what it takes to teach this ORM dog new tricks.
In this talk, we'll cover the major challenges of doing multi-tenancy in Django through PostgreSQL schemas. Come along to discover whether all those people are wrong (or not), and whether you'd be de facto wrong (or not) for taking this path.
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