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Andrew Godwin

A Brief History of Channels

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Philip James

Safe-Ish by Default: The Django Security Model and How to Make it Better

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Adrian Holovaty

Using Django with service workers

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Anton Pirker

Best practices for scaling Django

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Markus Holtermann

Don't be afraid of writing migrations

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Bashar Al-Abdulhadi

Introducing Django To The Foreign World

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Maria Lowas-Rzechonek

Going with the flow with Django Admin

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TomΓ‘Ε‘ Ehrlich

Django and ReactJS: The good, the bad and the ugly

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Russell Keith-Magee

Beyond Web 2.0 - Django and Python in the modern web ecosystem

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Floor Drees

Keynote: How level-diversity will make your Open Source project great (again)

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Erik Romijn & Mikey Ariel

Healthy Minds in a Healthy Community

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Anna Schneider

IoT with Django: From hackathon to production

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Corryn Smith

Let's Talk Geo: Adding the "Where" to Your Django Project

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Lacey Williams Henschel

Hermione Granger and the Wizard Information System

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Ana Balica

To mock, or not to mock, that is the question

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Claudina Sarahe

The Front-End Revolution

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Quentin ADAM

HTTP/2 : why upgrading the web?

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Rebecca Conley

From Intern to Professional Developer: Advice on a Mid-Career Pivot

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Paul Hallett

Django Microservices Made Easy

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Susan Tan

How to Upgrade to the Newest and Shiniest Django

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Adam Alton

Building A Non-Relational Backend For The ORM

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Erika Heidi

Keynote: The Art of Programming

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Katie McLaughlin

The Power ⚑️ and Responsibility πŸ˜“ of Unicode Adoption ✨

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Anna Ossowski

Rub-a-Dub Rubber Duck: Don’t Be Afraid to Debug!

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Nicole Harris

Learning Django, Learning French

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