Speakers

We received more than 100 talk proposals this year but unfortunately there are only so many hours in a day so our programming commitee had to narrow it down to 20 or so.

We will be publishing the more speakers here over the upcoming weeks.

Anna Schneider

IoT with Django: From hackathon to production

Corryn Smith

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

Paul Hallett

Django Microservices Made Easy

Adrian Holovaty

Using Django with service workers

Lacey Williams Henschel

Hermione Granger and the Wizard Information System

Susan Tan

How to Upgrade to the Newest and Shiniest Django

Maria Lowas-Rzechonek

Going with the flow with Django Admin

Adam Alton

Building A Non-Relational Backend For The ORM

Anton Pirker

Best practices for scaling Django

Markus Holtermann

Don't be afraid of writing migrations

Katie McLaughlin

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

Floor Drees

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

Nicole Harris

Learning Django, Learning French

Erik Romijn & Mikey Ariel

Healthy Minds in a Healthy Community

Rebecca Conley

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

Russell Keith-Magee

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

Quentin ADAM

HTTP/2 : why upgrading the web?

Andrew Godwin

A Brief History of Channels

Anna Ossowski

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

Philip James

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

Ana Balica

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

Erika Heidi

The Art of Programming

TomΓ‘Ε‘ Ehrlich

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

Bashar Al-Abdulhadi

Introducing Django To The Foreign World