DjangoCon Europe 2011

Amsterdam 2011

Talks Pakhuis de Zwijger

June 6th, 7th, 8th

Sprints De Waag

9th & 10th

Thanks, Amsterdam—DjangoCon Europe 2011 was a blast!
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Scalability panel

Wednesday, June 8th

15:30–16:15

Abstract

Panel about scalability. You can add questions here.

 

Talk

 

About Andrew Godwin

Andrew is a long-time Python coder, having started using the language somewhere around 2005 (after escaping from the land of PHP 4). He is a core committer on the Django project, the maintainer of several open-source libraries (including South, the leading Django migrations framework), and has been running his own servers since his early teens.

When he's not taunting the kernel and echoing random things into /sys, Andrew is one of the two co-founders of ep.io, the Python hosting startup. He also enjoys cheese, mountains, and talking about himself in the third person.

 

About Andy McKay

Andy is a developer at Mozilla, where he works on Django sites. He's been doing Django and Python for quite a while and likes talking for ages about how awesome they are. Before Django Andy worked on Plone and even wrote a book about it, but doesn't do that much anymore.

 

About Jesper Noehr

Jesper Noehr, a Dane now living in Sydney, Australia, is the founder and current lead architect of the Mercurial hosting site, Bitbucket.org.

 

About Eric Florenzano

Eric Florenzano is a founder of Convore, a real-time community discussion
application. He contributes to numerous open-source Python projects, and
likes to geek out over NoSQL, real-time, scalability, and distributed
systems.