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Where to Learn Django in 2019

One Step at a Time

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Django Quiz 2016 (2 years late...)

Ponies in field

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A Salmagundi of Django Alpha Announcements

A plethora of words

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Django Quiz 2018

Pony chase

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Synchronizing Django model definitions

Cloned crystals

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pytest-randomly history

Hall of history

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Django Quiz 2017

Man feeding pony

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Optimizing the construction of Django QuerySets

Deep construction
details

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Introducing django-perf-rec, our Django performance testing tool

Performance matters!

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Building a better DatabaseCache for Django on MySQL

Figure 1 - MySQLCache in the flesh

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My Talk "Factory Boy Fun" at Django London Meetup

On Tuesday I gave another talk at the London Django Meetup Group, titled “Factory Boy Fun”, based upon my previous blog post of the same name. The blog post covers pretty much the same stuff, but if you want to flick through the slides quickly for an overview, they’re hosted on GitHub.

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Factory Boy Fun

Factory.

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My Talk "Django at scale" at Django London Meetup

On Tuesday I gave a talk on Django at the London Django Meetup Group, titled “Django at Scale.” The slides are hosted on GitHub.

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Extending Django's QuerySet to return approximate COUNTs

Update (2015-05-31): I've re-written and open-sourced a better way of doing the below as part of my library django-mysql. The docs there on approximate counting are just as good a read as the below, and you can pip install the solution.

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