• Why the founder of Rails rejects 80% of Software Engineer applicants

    This is a short clip from an interview with David Heinemeier Hansson on the ScaleYourCode show. https://scaleyourcode.com In the clip, I ask David what he looks for when hiring Software Engineers. His answers are shocking, because of the mistakes so many applicants make. This video is also in written form, here: https://medium.com/@christophelimpalair/why-the-founder-of-rails-automatically-rejects-80-of-software-engineer-applicants-4e2a4d255f58 More content like this at http://scaleyourcode.com

    published: 10 Nov 2015
  • #39: Getting your first dev job as a Python developer (part 1)

    How often do you meet people who are looking to get into the software development space? Do they ask you for advice? Maybe they want to know your story of how you got started and landed that first big job. Maybe they want to know what they should be doing right now. This episode of Talk Python To Me is the first in a two part series that attempts to bring a wide spectrum of thoughts on this discussion. It's "Getting your first dev job as a Python developer, part 1", episode number 39, recorded December 10th 2015. You can find more details about the episode at: https://talkpython.fm/episodes/show/39/getting-your-first-dev-job-as-a-python-developer-part-1

    published: 22 Dec 2015
  • Python Day 2017: Using Django, Docker and Scikit-learn to bootstrap your Machine Learning Project

    "Reproducible results can be the bane of a data engineer or data scientist’s existence. Perhaps a data scientist prototyped a model some months ago, tabled the project, only to return to it today. It’s now when they notice the inaccurate or lack of documentation in the feature engineering process. No one wins in that scenario. In this talk we’ll walk through how you can use Django to spin up a Docker container to handle the feature engineering required for a machine learning project and spit out a pickled model. From the version controlled Docker container we can version our models, store them as needed and use scikit-learn to generate predictions moving forward. Django will allow us to easily bootstrap a machine learning project removing the downtown required to setup a project and permit...

    published: 10 Jun 2017
  • What's Wrong With The Engineer?

    This video is a simple look at the things that make the Engineer a weaker class, as well as what sometimes makes the Engineer a bit... too good of a class. If game balance rants are your thing, you'll probably enjoy this one. And yes, I do talk about the TF Team's proposed Rescue Ranger nerf. Spoiler alert: I'm an Engie main traitor. The TF Team's balance changes blog post: http://www.teamfortress.com/post.php?id=30147 Email the TF Team with your opinions on the above information: http://www.valvesoftware.com/email.php?recipient=TF+Team Mr. Slin's unofficial TF2 Class Tier List overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7rtNsRINpw Whispy's guide to airblasting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqDXMeW_Vb0 The opening song is Django by Luis Bacalov (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAooXL...

    published: 25 Jun 2017
  • Salary Range As A Software Developer

    FREE COURSE - 5 Learning Mistakes Software Developers Make https://simpleprogrammer.com/learn-faster SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CHANNEL! Visit: http://simpleprogrammer.com/ How To Market Yourself Course: http://simpleprogrammer.com/howtomarketyourself Soft Skills Book: http://simpleprogrammer.com/softskills Salary Range As A Software Developer How much should you earn as a software developer? As you probably know, there is no right or wrong when it comes to earning a salary as a software developer. Different companies pay different amounts of money, different positions pay different amounts of money, etc. So, how are you supposes to know what is the salary range you should be aiming as a software developer? How should you approach a certain company and ask for a salary? Having this knowledge ...

    published: 20 May 2016
  • What Makes You an Expert in Python? – #AskQazi 7

    Enroll for exercises, tutorials, courses, and projects... http://cleverprogrammer.to/enroll Enroll in Learn Python™ course http://cleverprogrammer.to/enroll ================================================== Connect With Me! Website ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/enroll Facebook ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/facebook Twitter ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/twitter Instagram ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/instagram Snapchat ► Rafeh1 iTunes Podcast ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/podcast Google Podcast ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/google-podcast Support (Patreon) ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/patreon Youtube ► https://www.youtube.com/c/CleverProgrammer

    published: 22 Feb 2017
  • Introduction to Python Network Programming for Network Architects and Engineers Part 1 The Basics

    A classroom session from the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live Berlin 2017. This is Part 1 in a 3 part series that introduces participants to two of the core building blocks of many automation initiatives - the Python programming language and network programming concepts. No previous programming background is required. The 3 sessions may be taken as a series or individually. See DEVNET-1041 and DEVNET-1042 for description of Parts 2 and 3. The goal for this session is for you to be able to develop a set of Python ""building block"" templates that can be used as the foundation for more advanced topics. These templates include; how to take input from the Python command line or from the keyboard (in the form of an arbitrary domain name), how to leverage the Python socket library to retrieve the IP ad...

    published: 23 Feb 2017
  • Andrew Godwin, "Django, Channels, and Distributed Systems", PyBay2016

    Learn about the Django Channels project, how it makes WebSockets easy, how it's not just limited to Django, and the difficulty of building WebSocket and other stateful protocol handling at scale. ​ Abstract Django Channels' headline feature is bringing WebSocket support to Django, but what it provides is far more useful than that. Underlying it is a robust, generic cross-process communication mechanism, built to support and scale with stateful protocols like WebSockets. This talk will look at the design of this mechanism - codenamed ASGI - and the difficulties of building an entire system to support WebSockets and broadcast systems across a large number of servers, and how Django encapsulates this to provide you a simple but powerful interface with good performance characteristics. We'll...

    published: 18 Sep 2016
  • Learn How Disqus Does 'It' When 'It' Isn't Django

    Over the past few years, Disqus has become one of the biggest Django apps in existence, crossing over a billion unique visitors a month. But sometimes Django isn't the right tool for the job. Join Disqus engineer Adam Hitchcock to learn how nginx modules and Lua can replace Python services, about the infrastructure that launched realtime and ad services, as well as about some of the failures they've encountered along the way. ** For more great Python videos and training resources, as well as Adam's slides from this talk, head to http://mrkn.co/0h7ey

    published: 03 Jul 2013
  • How much do I need to know of Python to get a job interview? [Knock Q&A]

    Ask your questions here: http://joincfe.com/knock Up vote your favorites. Suggest a project, tutorial, or topic: http://joincfe.com/suggest/ The long term goal: build a search engine of technical and non-technical questions with concise video responses. The more questions that we get, the more answers we can research and respond with. http://joincfe.com/knock Check out our projects: http://joincfe.com/projects/ My equipment: Laptop: http://amzn.to/2c965EL 4k Camera: http://amzn.to/2cb0JeS Drone/Aerial Video: http://amzn.to/2cCUgLq Flexible/Travel Tripod for DSLR: http://amzn.to/2d13rXi (I highly recommend this too: http://amzn.to/2ckauYr) General Purpose Tripod: http://amzn.to/2d4xNUS Webcam: http://amzn.to/2bZEc7I Camera Mic: http://amzn.to/2cb0PTp Studio Mic: http://amzn.to/2cCdNc3...

    published: 16 Sep 2016
  • Carl Meyer about Django @ Instagram at Django: Under The Hood 2016

    Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/carljm/instagram-under-the-hood Django: Under The Hood: http://djangounderthehood.com/ Django: Under The Hood is an annual Django conference for experienced Django developers. Come and learn about the internals of Django, and help to shape its future.

    published: 13 Nov 2016
  • Django + ReactJS Workshop - PyLadies Singapore

    Speaker: Martin Brochhaus (@mbrochh) GitHub Sample Code: https://github.com/mbrochh/django-reactjs-boilerplate Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1695048144084361 Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/ID4r/

    published: 17 Mar 2016
  • Fullstack alum and Google software engineer talks about the post-Fullstack job-hunting process

    Clément Mihailescu graduated from Fullstack Academy in December 2016 and is now working as a Software Engineer at Google. In this video he talks about his experience regarding the job-hunting process post-Fullstack. He also shares a website that he co-created in an effort to help prospective software engineers better prepare for algorithm-intensive interviews. The website is in its Alpha phase and is available at https://www.algoexpert.io with limited content (the passcode to access it is 'fullhopper'). Note: As Clément states in his talk, he is not representing and is not speaking for Google or any other company. All information that he is sharing in this talk is either publicly available or based on his own analysis and views of the general job-hunting process. ---- Fullstack Academ...

    published: 28 Apr 2017
  • DjangoCon US 2017 - Keynote - Testing in Django by Ana Balica

    DjangoCon US 2017 - Keynote - Testing in Django by Ana Balica The Django documentation section on testing starts with this: “Automated testing is an extremely useful bug-killing tool for the modern Web developer.” Nobody can argue with that. Testing is an integral part of modern software development, and Ana’s talk will offer an in-depth overview of how the Django testing framework evolved; showcase some common techniques, tools, and best practices; talk about speed improvements; and guide you through a real-world example of testing a Django app. Testing is fun, isn’t it? https://2017.djangocon.us/talks/keynote-2/

    published: 06 Sep 2017
  • DjangoCon US 2017 - Using Django, Docker, and Scikit... by Lorena Mesa

    DjangoCon US 2017 - Using Django, Docker, and Scikit-learn to Bootstrap Your Machine Learning Project by Lorena Mesa Reproducible results can be the bane of a data engineer or data scientist’s existence. Perhaps a data scientist prototyped a model some months ago, tabled the project, only to return to it today. It’s now when they notice the inaccurate or lack of documentation in the feature engineering process. No one wins in that scenario. In this talk we’ll walk through how you can use Django to spin up a Docker container to handle the feature engineering required for a machine learning project and spit out a pickled model. From the version controlled Docker container we can version our models, store them as needed and use scikit-learn to generate predictions moving forward. Django wi...

    published: 06 Sep 2017
  • Vamo alla Django | Gypsy Jazz Remix of 'Vamo Alla Flamenco' by Nobuo Uematsu

    Vamo alla Django, Remix of 'Vamo Alla Flamenco' by Nobuo Uematsu Guitars | Andy Pearce and Cain McCormack Double Bass | Dan Bryant Engineered and Mixed by Andy Land Double Bass recorded by Andy Pearce and Cain McCormack Arranged and Produced by Andy Pearce Recorded as part of the Tonmeister course at the University of Surrey Edited in 1080p so please watch in full resolution! Please subscribe for more videos! I'm always working on new projects! Follow me for updates on future projects: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Andy.AV.Engineer Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/andy1349 Twitter: @andyland1349

    published: 07 Jan 2013
  • Kate Heddleston: So you want to be a full-stack developer? How to build a full-stack Py - PyCon 2014

    Speaker: Kate Heddleston This is a talk about building full-stack python web applications where you manage every part of the application yourself. I will walk through how to setup a production server with your web application code, a local development environment using vagrant, and how to deploy from your local environment to production. I will also walk through python and Django libraries that will make your life easier. Slides can be found at: https://speakerdeck.com/pycon2014 and https://github.com/PyCon/2014-slides

    published: 24 Apr 2014
  • Eventbrite Tech Talk: Deploying Django with Kubernetes

    Kubernetes is a popular open-source container orchestrator tool that helps schedule, network, and scale Docker containers across a cluster. It can run on a variety of cloud providers or bare metal, and recently released version 1.1 which introduces cluster auto-scaling features. In this talk, we will demonstrate deploying a Django app to Kubernetes, and talk about how Kubernetes compares to other Django deployment options. Bill Prin is a Developer Programs Engineer at Google. He works on the oauth2client library and other open-source Python projects for Google Cloud. Previously, he worked at a variety of NYC startups.

    published: 11 Feb 2016
  • Sam Bolgert, "REST Websockets API with Django Channels", PyBay2016

    Building REST APIs over HTTP has been discussed time and again. But could we do the same with WebSockets? What is the performance benefit? What learnings can we carry over from HTTP to WS? This talk will describe how engineers can build a REST API over WebSockets using Django and Channels. It is largely based on my experiences trying to build a REST WebSocket API. ​ Abstract Websockets have been around for a number of years but popular web frameworks have been slow to integrate because of their asynchronous nature. With Django Channels we’ve finally broken that frontier in a synchronous way. How will developers use this new territory? I will outline some of my explorations that I have serialized into a library I call channels-api. It takes familiar patterns from Django Rest Framework and a...

    published: 15 Sep 2016
  • Django Today

    Nathan Yergler, Principal Engineer at Eventbrite, talks about why Django is a premiere Python web framework.

    published: 25 Sep 2013
  • How I became a professional software developer

    This is the story of how I started programming at 12-years-old and turned it into a career. I talk about my education, training and experience and the lessons I learned along the way. I'm a full-stack software engineer, that means that I work in all different languages from the backend to the frontend, so I can do backend DevOps, hosting and server administration. I can also do programming in Python and front-end development in JavaScript and some Android and AngularJS. 0:30 I started programming when I was 12 years old on Windows 98 or Windows ME machine. 1:19 Wrote Windows bash scripts 2:33 Learned how to create a GUI / graphical user interface with Visual Basic 6.0 (VB6) 3:50 I became obsessed with making remote TCP connected applications and client-server applications 4:26 Started ...

    published: 09 May 2017
  • How to Lead an Engineering Team - Joe Stump

    In Chapter 12 of 17 in his 2011 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, Internet entrepreneur and SimpleGeo CTO Joe Stump notes what it means to be an engineering leader. Motivating and managing technical talent requires many things. Engineers want leaders to understand their responsibilities and interests. Stump believes engineering leaders must accept they will be unable to please everyone and then follow through making difficult decisions to keep product goals aligned with available resources and timeframes. Stump is the co-founder and CTO at SimpleGeo (www.simplegeo.com), a San Francisco-based mobile location infrastructure services company. Previously Stump was Lead Architect at Digg. He programs in PHP, Python, Django and enjoys scaling websites. He earned a BBA in Com...

    published: 10 Jun 2011
  • Intro to Web Development & the LAMP Stack

    Glasses this time, but keep up the hard work, we're just getting started. When you type a web address in your browser it's asking a web server somewhere to send your browser a page to display. The webserver gets the request and is like yeah, ok Emma Watson pictures again!?... what a weirdo, but whatever, here is the page. A bunch of technologies work together on the server to make this happen, the stack. The most common stack is the LAMP stack, made up of four things, Linux is the operating system, Apache is the web server, mySQL is the database, and PHP is the server side programming language. You can stick other stuff in too, like Python or Ruby instead of PHP, Engine X instead of Apache, or MariaDB instead of mySQL, and tons more. If you buy server space for a site it's usually ru...

    published: 21 Jul 2014
  • Python software developer skype interview

    How i managed to go through the technical interview for python developer position at successful global startup company. This video was cut. Original interview took about 1 hour 10 minutes (2 times more). "Eeeehhmm"s, "Aaahhmm"s, "Uuuuhhmmm"s and other boring stuff was removed. http://swdevelop.net

    published: 14 Jan 2016
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Why the founder of Rails rejects 80% of Software Engineer applicants

Why the founder of Rails rejects 80% of Software Engineer applicants

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This is a short clip from an interview with David Heinemeier Hansson on the ScaleYourCode show. https://scaleyourcode.com In the clip, I ask David what he looks for when hiring Software Engineers. His answers are shocking, because of the mistakes so many applicants make. This video is also in written form, here: https://medium.com/@christophelimpalair/why-the-founder-of-rails-automatically-rejects-80-of-software-engineer-applicants-4e2a4d255f58 More content like this at http://scaleyourcode.com
https://wn.com/Why_The_Founder_Of_Rails_Rejects_80_Of_Software_Engineer_Applicants
#39: Getting your first dev job as a Python developer (part 1)

#39: Getting your first dev job as a Python developer (part 1)

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How often do you meet people who are looking to get into the software development space? Do they ask you for advice? Maybe they want to know your story of how you got started and landed that first big job. Maybe they want to know what they should be doing right now. This episode of Talk Python To Me is the first in a two part series that attempts to bring a wide spectrum of thoughts on this discussion. It's "Getting your first dev job as a Python developer, part 1", episode number 39, recorded December 10th 2015. You can find more details about the episode at: https://talkpython.fm/episodes/show/39/getting-your-first-dev-job-as-a-python-developer-part-1
https://wn.com/39_Getting_Your_First_Dev_Job_As_A_Python_Developer_(Part_1)
Python Day 2017: Using Django, Docker and Scikit-learn to bootstrap your Machine Learning Project

Python Day 2017: Using Django, Docker and Scikit-learn to bootstrap your Machine Learning Project

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  • Updated: 10 Jun 2017
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"Reproducible results can be the bane of a data engineer or data scientist’s existence. Perhaps a data scientist prototyped a model some months ago, tabled the project, only to return to it today. It’s now when they notice the inaccurate or lack of documentation in the feature engineering process. No one wins in that scenario. In this talk we’ll walk through how you can use Django to spin up a Docker container to handle the feature engineering required for a machine learning project and spit out a pickled model. From the version controlled Docker container we can version our models, store them as needed and use scikit-learn to generate predictions moving forward. Django will allow us to easily bootstrap a machine learning project removing the downtown required to setup a project and permit us to move quickly to having a model ready for exploration and ultimately production. Machine learning done a bit easier? Yes please!" Lorena Mesa
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What's Wrong With The Engineer?

What's Wrong With The Engineer?

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This video is a simple look at the things that make the Engineer a weaker class, as well as what sometimes makes the Engineer a bit... too good of a class. If game balance rants are your thing, you'll probably enjoy this one. And yes, I do talk about the TF Team's proposed Rescue Ranger nerf. Spoiler alert: I'm an Engie main traitor. The TF Team's balance changes blog post: http://www.teamfortress.com/post.php?id=30147 Email the TF Team with your opinions on the above information: http://www.valvesoftware.com/email.php?recipient=TF+Team Mr. Slin's unofficial TF2 Class Tier List overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7rtNsRINpw Whispy's guide to airblasting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqDXMeW_Vb0 The opening song is Django by Luis Bacalov (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAooXLAPoBQ) except instead of Django, my friend and I shouted "UNCLLLLLEEE" at the top of our lungs in my apartment at 2am and I'm sure my neighbors loved it. ►Support me on Patreon: https://goo.gl/CkKQLF ►Second Channel: https://goo.gl/uNHJ6X ►Steam Group: http://goo.gl/ZrjyjE ►My TFcrew Community Servers: https://play.crew.tf ►Twitch: http://goo.gl/PsBRD5 ►Discord Community: https://goo.gl/ckdrfo ►Twitter: https://goo.gl/t62ocd ►Instagram: https://goo.gl/5BQuPu ►Soundcloud: https://goo.gl/nWX6eb I use BudHud. Download it here: http://huds.tf/forum/showthread.php?tid=207 I use custom first person animations: https://goo.gl/GzYQiO Outro animation made by Uberchain: https://www.youtube.com/user/uberchainYT Theme Song made by Dapper Dog: https://www.youtube.com/user/Bleson End graphic made by Duke: http://steamcommunity.com/id/DukeDaniel Thumbnail and various in-video SFMs made by Py-bun: http://steamcommunity.com/id/pybun
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Salary Range As A Software Developer

Salary Range As A Software Developer

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FREE COURSE - 5 Learning Mistakes Software Developers Make https://simpleprogrammer.com/learn-faster SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CHANNEL! Visit: http://simpleprogrammer.com/ How To Market Yourself Course: http://simpleprogrammer.com/howtomarketyourself Soft Skills Book: http://simpleprogrammer.com/softskills Salary Range As A Software Developer How much should you earn as a software developer? As you probably know, there is no right or wrong when it comes to earning a salary as a software developer. Different companies pay different amounts of money, different positions pay different amounts of money, etc. So, how are you supposes to know what is the salary range you should be aiming as a software developer? How should you approach a certain company and ask for a salary? Having this knowledge can make you much smarter when negotiating your salary, which will make you much more able to aim for the right salary. If you have a question, email me at john@simpleprogrammer.com If you liked this video, share, like and, of course, subscribe! Subscribe To My YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/1zPTNLT Visit Simple Programmer Website: http://simpleprogrammer.com/ Connect with me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SimpleProgrammer Twitter: https://twitter.com/jsonmez Other Links: Sign up for the Simple Programmer Newsletter: http://simpleprogrammer.com/email Simple Programmer blog: http://simpleprogrammer.com/blog Learn how to learn anything quickly: http://10stepstolearn.com Boost your career now: http://devcareerboost.com Salary Range As A Software Developer Other Related Topics: software development, coding, programming, technology, salary software developer, programmer salary, programmer salary range, salary range, salary as a software developer
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What Makes You an Expert in Python? – #AskQazi 7

What Makes You an Expert in Python? – #AskQazi 7

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Enroll for exercises, tutorials, courses, and projects... http://cleverprogrammer.to/enroll Enroll in Learn Python™ course http://cleverprogrammer.to/enroll ================================================== Connect With Me! Website ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/enroll Facebook ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/facebook Twitter ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/twitter Instagram ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/instagram Snapchat ► Rafeh1 iTunes Podcast ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/podcast Google Podcast ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/google-podcast Support (Patreon) ► http://cleverprogrammer.to/patreon Youtube ► https://www.youtube.com/c/CleverProgrammer
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Introduction to Python Network Programming for Network Architects and Engineers   Part 1  The Basics

Introduction to Python Network Programming for Network Architects and Engineers Part 1 The Basics

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  • Updated: 23 Feb 2017
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A classroom session from the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live Berlin 2017. This is Part 1 in a 3 part series that introduces participants to two of the core building blocks of many automation initiatives - the Python programming language and network programming concepts. No previous programming background is required. The 3 sessions may be taken as a series or individually. See DEVNET-1041 and DEVNET-1042 for description of Parts 2 and 3. The goal for this session is for you to be able to develop a set of Python ""building block"" templates that can be used as the foundation for more advanced topics. These templates include; how to take input from the Python command line or from the keyboard (in the form of an arbitrary domain name), how to leverage the Python socket library to retrieve the IP address of the Domain Name device, how to leverage Python to save those Domain Name's and IP addresses to a simple log file, and to be able to demonstrate a simple UDP based client/server countdown timer application. Join DevNet today! It's free, easy, and gives you access to useful resources and tools. Come learn, code, inspire, and connect. https://developer.cisco.com/site/devnet/overview/index.gsp
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Andrew Godwin, "Django, Channels, and Distributed Systems", PyBay2016

Andrew Godwin, "Django, Channels, and Distributed Systems", PyBay2016

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Learn about the Django Channels project, how it makes WebSockets easy, how it's not just limited to Django, and the difficulty of building WebSocket and other stateful protocol handling at scale. ​ Abstract Django Channels' headline feature is bringing WebSocket support to Django, but what it provides is far more useful than that. Underlying it is a robust, generic cross-process communication mechanism, built to support and scale with stateful protocols like WebSockets. This talk will look at the design of this mechanism - codenamed ASGI - and the difficulties of building an entire system to support WebSockets and broadcast systems across a large number of servers, and how Django encapsulates this to provide you a simple but powerful interface with good performance characteristics. We'll also take a brief look at how parts of Channels are useable outside of Django with other web frameworks or pure Python code, and how it lets us build better systems overall. Bio: Andrew is a Python programmer, Django core developer and Senior Engineer at Eventbrite. He's behind Django's migration and channels systems, and in his spare time enjoys mountains, archery, and cheese. https://speakerdeck.com/pybay2016/andrew-godwin-django-channels-and-distributed-systems
https://wn.com/Andrew_Godwin,_Django,_Channels,_And_Distributed_Systems_,_Pybay2016
Learn How Disqus Does 'It' When 'It' Isn't Django

Learn How Disqus Does 'It' When 'It' Isn't Django

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  • Updated: 03 Jul 2013
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Over the past few years, Disqus has become one of the biggest Django apps in existence, crossing over a billion unique visitors a month. But sometimes Django isn't the right tool for the job. Join Disqus engineer Adam Hitchcock to learn how nginx modules and Lua can replace Python services, about the infrastructure that launched realtime and ad services, as well as about some of the failures they've encountered along the way. ** For more great Python videos and training resources, as well as Adam's slides from this talk, head to http://mrkn.co/0h7ey
https://wn.com/Learn_How_Disqus_Does_'It'_When_'It'_Isn't_Django
How much do I need to know of Python to get a job interview? [Knock Q&A]

How much do I need to know of Python to get a job interview? [Knock Q&A]

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Ask your questions here: http://joincfe.com/knock Up vote your favorites. Suggest a project, tutorial, or topic: http://joincfe.com/suggest/ The long term goal: build a search engine of technical and non-technical questions with concise video responses. The more questions that we get, the more answers we can research and respond with. http://joincfe.com/knock Check out our projects: http://joincfe.com/projects/ My equipment: Laptop: http://amzn.to/2c965EL 4k Camera: http://amzn.to/2cb0JeS Drone/Aerial Video: http://amzn.to/2cCUgLq Flexible/Travel Tripod for DSLR: http://amzn.to/2d13rXi (I highly recommend this too: http://amzn.to/2ckauYr) General Purpose Tripod: http://amzn.to/2d4xNUS Webcam: http://amzn.to/2bZEc7I Camera Mic: http://amzn.to/2cb0PTp Studio Mic: http://amzn.to/2cCdNc3 Mic Arm (for Studio): http://amzn.to/2cCepyd Shock Mount (for Studio): http://amzn.to/2c97uLN Phone: http://amzn.to/2c97R8X Tablet (and portable external monitor) : http://amzn.to/2c5Fqdx External Hard drives: http://amzn.to/2c5FvxV Headphones (mic used for travel recording): http://amzn.to/2c5GGNO
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Carl Meyer about Django @ Instagram at Django: Under The Hood 2016

Carl Meyer about Django @ Instagram at Django: Under The Hood 2016

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  • Updated: 13 Nov 2016
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Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/carljm/instagram-under-the-hood Django: Under The Hood: http://djangounderthehood.com/ Django: Under The Hood is an annual Django conference for experienced Django developers. Come and learn about the internals of Django, and help to shape its future.
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Django + ReactJS Workshop - PyLadies Singapore

Django + ReactJS Workshop - PyLadies Singapore

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Speaker: Martin Brochhaus (@mbrochh) GitHub Sample Code: https://github.com/mbrochh/django-reactjs-boilerplate Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1695048144084361 Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/ID4r/
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Fullstack alum and Google software engineer talks about the post-Fullstack job-hunting process

Fullstack alum and Google software engineer talks about the post-Fullstack job-hunting process

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Clément Mihailescu graduated from Fullstack Academy in December 2016 and is now working as a Software Engineer at Google. In this video he talks about his experience regarding the job-hunting process post-Fullstack. He also shares a website that he co-created in an effort to help prospective software engineers better prepare for algorithm-intensive interviews. The website is in its Alpha phase and is available at https://www.algoexpert.io with limited content (the passcode to access it is 'fullhopper'). Note: As Clément states in his talk, he is not representing and is not speaking for Google or any other company. All information that he is sharing in this talk is either publicly available or based on his own analysis and views of the general job-hunting process. ---- Fullstack Academy was recently ranked the #1 coding bootcamp in the U.S. Learn more at https://www.fullstackacademy.com.
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DjangoCon US 2017 -  Keynote - Testing in Django by Ana Balica

DjangoCon US 2017 - Keynote - Testing in Django by Ana Balica

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DjangoCon US 2017 - Keynote - Testing in Django by Ana Balica The Django documentation section on testing starts with this: “Automated testing is an extremely useful bug-killing tool for the modern Web developer.” Nobody can argue with that. Testing is an integral part of modern software development, and Ana’s talk will offer an in-depth overview of how the Django testing framework evolved; showcase some common techniques, tools, and best practices; talk about speed improvements; and guide you through a real-world example of testing a Django app. Testing is fun, isn’t it? https://2017.djangocon.us/talks/keynote-2/
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DjangoCon US 2017 -  Using Django, Docker, and Scikit... by Lorena Mesa

DjangoCon US 2017 - Using Django, Docker, and Scikit... by Lorena Mesa

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DjangoCon US 2017 - Using Django, Docker, and Scikit-learn to Bootstrap Your Machine Learning Project by Lorena Mesa Reproducible results can be the bane of a data engineer or data scientist’s existence. Perhaps a data scientist prototyped a model some months ago, tabled the project, only to return to it today. It’s now when they notice the inaccurate or lack of documentation in the feature engineering process. No one wins in that scenario. In this talk we’ll walk through how you can use Django to spin up a Docker container to handle the feature engineering required for a machine learning project and spit out a pickled model. From the version controlled Docker container we can version our models, store them as needed and use scikit-learn to generate predictions moving forward. Django will allow us to easily bootstrap a machine learning project removing the downtown required to setup a project and permit us to move quickly to having a model ready for exploration and ultimately production. Machine learning done a bit easier? Yes please! https://2017.djangocon.us/talks/using-django-docker-and-scikit-learn-to-bootstrap-your-machine-learning-project/
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Vamo alla Django | Gypsy Jazz Remix of 'Vamo Alla Flamenco' by Nobuo Uematsu

Vamo alla Django | Gypsy Jazz Remix of 'Vamo Alla Flamenco' by Nobuo Uematsu

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Vamo alla Django, Remix of 'Vamo Alla Flamenco' by Nobuo Uematsu Guitars | Andy Pearce and Cain McCormack Double Bass | Dan Bryant Engineered and Mixed by Andy Land Double Bass recorded by Andy Pearce and Cain McCormack Arranged and Produced by Andy Pearce Recorded as part of the Tonmeister course at the University of Surrey Edited in 1080p so please watch in full resolution! Please subscribe for more videos! I'm always working on new projects! Follow me for updates on future projects: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Andy.AV.Engineer Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/andy1349 Twitter: @andyland1349
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Kate Heddleston: So you want to be a full-stack developer? How to build a full-stack Py - PyCon 2014

Kate Heddleston: So you want to be a full-stack developer? How to build a full-stack Py - PyCon 2014

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Speaker: Kate Heddleston This is a talk about building full-stack python web applications where you manage every part of the application yourself. I will walk through how to setup a production server with your web application code, a local development environment using vagrant, and how to deploy from your local environment to production. I will also walk through python and Django libraries that will make your life easier. Slides can be found at: https://speakerdeck.com/pycon2014 and https://github.com/PyCon/2014-slides
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Eventbrite Tech Talk: Deploying Django with Kubernetes

Eventbrite Tech Talk: Deploying Django with Kubernetes

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Kubernetes is a popular open-source container orchestrator tool that helps schedule, network, and scale Docker containers across a cluster. It can run on a variety of cloud providers or bare metal, and recently released version 1.1 which introduces cluster auto-scaling features. In this talk, we will demonstrate deploying a Django app to Kubernetes, and talk about how Kubernetes compares to other Django deployment options. Bill Prin is a Developer Programs Engineer at Google. He works on the oauth2client library and other open-source Python projects for Google Cloud. Previously, he worked at a variety of NYC startups.
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Sam Bolgert, "REST Websockets API with Django Channels", PyBay2016

Sam Bolgert, "REST Websockets API with Django Channels", PyBay2016

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Building REST APIs over HTTP has been discussed time and again. But could we do the same with WebSockets? What is the performance benefit? What learnings can we carry over from HTTP to WS? This talk will describe how engineers can build a REST API over WebSockets using Django and Channels. It is largely based on my experiences trying to build a REST WebSocket API. ​ Abstract Websockets have been around for a number of years but popular web frameworks have been slow to integrate because of their asynchronous nature. With Django Channels we’ve finally broken that frontier in a synchronous way. How will developers use this new territory? I will outline some of my explorations that I have serialized into a library I call channels-api. It takes familiar patterns from Django Rest Framework and applies them to websocket land. I will walk through a sample project to demonstrate the configuration and installation of the library. I will demonstrate using these patterns we can create a “REST like” API relatively quickly. We can also implement new features that HTTP doesn’t support like server side push. Bio Author of channels-api library. Former Lead engineer at a number of startups. https://speakerdeck.com/pybay2016/sam-bolgert-rest-websockets-api-with-django-channels
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Django Today

Django Today

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Nathan Yergler, Principal Engineer at Eventbrite, talks about why Django is a premiere Python web framework.
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How I became a professional software developer

How I became a professional software developer

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This is the story of how I started programming at 12-years-old and turned it into a career. I talk about my education, training and experience and the lessons I learned along the way. I'm a full-stack software engineer, that means that I work in all different languages from the backend to the frontend, so I can do backend DevOps, hosting and server administration. I can also do programming in Python and front-end development in JavaScript and some Android and AngularJS. 0:30 I started programming when I was 12 years old on Windows 98 or Windows ME machine. 1:19 Wrote Windows bash scripts 2:33 Learned how to create a GUI / graphical user interface with Visual Basic 6.0 (VB6) 3:50 I became obsessed with making remote TCP connected applications and client-server applications 4:26 Started making chat applications / chat server IRC and various clients 5:03 First website using Geocities 5:26 Discovered PHP and W3Schools.com and blasted through the PHP and HTML tutorials 6:09 Completed a BTec national diploma 6:52 Completed computer Systems degree at Nottingham-Trent University learning architecture, server administration, infrastructure, how to set up an office network, C++ and Java 8:05 One year placement working with IBM Blade Chassis, server administration, virtualization servers and VMware ESX servers 10:50 First job interview process 12:06 First job / IT Coordinator role working with video conferencing units, VB script, SQL database, and SSH 14:25 First professional programming experience working with VB script, HTML building a pre-boot environment for Windows and configure a remote server 16:23 Deciding to move into programming full-time 16:52 Facing resistance when finding my first full-time programming role 17:41 Landing my first full-time programming role with a startup, building Android and iOS apps and a Python backend website with a REST API using Django REST Framework 19:36 Move to contracting / freelance software development 20:22 The #1 most important lesson 21:40 What it takes to get a full-time software developer role 22:00 What to do when you don’t know what to do (my experience with AngularJS) 22:44 How to pick up languages quickly 23:17 The most important thing in this industry If you like this video check out my tutorials on http://www.londonappdeveloper.com/ Learn how to build a backend using Python & Django REST Framework: https://www.udemy.com/build-your-own-backend-using-python-django-rest-framework
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How to Lead an Engineering Team - Joe Stump

How to Lead an Engineering Team - Joe Stump

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In Chapter 12 of 17 in his 2011 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, Internet entrepreneur and SimpleGeo CTO Joe Stump notes what it means to be an engineering leader. Motivating and managing technical talent requires many things. Engineers want leaders to understand their responsibilities and interests. Stump believes engineering leaders must accept they will be unable to please everyone and then follow through making difficult decisions to keep product goals aligned with available resources and timeframes. Stump is the co-founder and CTO at SimpleGeo (www.simplegeo.com), a San Francisco-based mobile location infrastructure services company. Previously Stump was Lead Architect at Digg. He programs in PHP, Python, Django and enjoys scaling websites. He earned a BBA in Computer Information Systems from Eastern Michigan University. View more career videos at http://www.captureyourflag.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/captureyourflag Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/captureyourflag
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Intro to Web Development & the LAMP Stack

Intro to Web Development & the LAMP Stack

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Glasses this time, but keep up the hard work, we're just getting started. When you type a web address in your browser it's asking a web server somewhere to send your browser a page to display. The webserver gets the request and is like yeah, ok Emma Watson pictures again!?... what a weirdo, but whatever, here is the page. A bunch of technologies work together on the server to make this happen, the stack. The most common stack is the LAMP stack, made up of four things, Linux is the operating system, Apache is the web server, mySQL is the database, and PHP is the server side programming language. You can stick other stuff in too, like Python or Ruby instead of PHP, Engine X instead of Apache, or MariaDB instead of mySQL, and tons more. If you buy server space for a site it's usually running a version of the LAMP stack. Let's go deep. A distribution of Linux is the operating system. Linux is stable, secure, free, and it's open source, meaning that anyone can download it and look at the source code, plus if you're a programmer you can contribute code back to it, like a bad ass. Apache is the web server. It listens for your page requests and then tells the server to run the necessary code, in this case PHP. That code runs and accesses or inputs any data it needs into the mySQL database and dynamically spits out a page of HTML, plus some other files which Apache sends back to you. Now you're thinking, what language should I learn? The answer? Fucking pick one and get to work! For the web, Ruby or Python are well written languages that help you learn to write good code. PHP is great too, in fact, it's the most popular language on the web. Facebook was written in PHP and open source CMS systems, like Wordpress and Drupal use it. If you kick ass with any of those, you'll always be able to find a job, unless you're a total asshole, and even then it might not matter. PHP gets made fun of for not being as elegant as other languages and being a bit quirky, but newer versions are better, and it's not going anywhere. Any good developer knows at least one language well with a peripheral knowledge of a few others, and is always learning. Once you master the basics of programming it's easier to pick up new languages too. Now, there's one more layer, the front end code like HTML, CSS, and Javascript. This code lives on your server too, in a directory usually called the webroot, along with the server side code. If your site is dynamic, the HTML gets generated on the fly, and any referenced CSS and Javascript, plus images, video or audio files get sent to your browser to become a web page. The look and feel of that web page is controlled by the front end code, the HTML, CSS and javascript which we'll talk about next, and things will start looking real good.
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Python software developer skype interview

Python software developer skype interview

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  • Updated: 14 Jan 2016
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How i managed to go through the technical interview for python developer position at successful global startup company. This video was cut. Original interview took about 1 hour 10 minutes (2 times more). "Eeeehhmm"s, "Aaahhmm"s, "Uuuuhhmmm"s and other boring stuff was removed. http://swdevelop.net
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