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“But now with WebAssembly, like, ‘Yo, like, actually just write the code that you want. Like, we'll give you a function, like take in like some JSON or whatever, just do whatever transforms you want, like call whatever API as you need. Go wild. We don't care - because we can execute that safely.’ Right. And so that's like the major thing WebAssembl…
 
Industrial Light and Magic PyCon Canada 2019: The backend of a global visual effects pipeline @andrecasp on Twitter Andre’s personal site James’s personal site DjangoCon 2019: Using Django as a Micro-Framework by Carlton Gibson django-microframework repo django-hijack Support the Show This podcast does not have any ads or sponsors. To support the s…
 
Episode Quote: “Being a commodity is not inherently a bad thing. It's just a reality. There are all kinds of commodities because there's rice and then there's gold. And, if you were to look at development labor as a commodity, it's definitely on the rare, expensive side of things that commands a high price. But anytime you have a short - and there'…
 
“There's clearly a ton of people that were working from home and they got called back to the office, and they are on the market for a new job right now, which is cool. We'll take … we'll take all that. And I - you know, specifically talking about us - I think that's not just one of the values we bring to hiring, but one of the values we bring to wo…
 
James’s personal website Django in Depth talk at PyCon Montreal 2015 Django the Good Parts at PyCon 2014 and slides Let’s Build a Web Framework by Jacob Kaplan Moss at PyCon 2017 How I’m Testing in 2020 Against service layers in Django Support the Show This podcast does not have any ads or sponsors. To support the show, please consider purchasing a…
 
“I came to like you just because it was so refreshing to hear the Python voices in the podcast-o-sphere, I guess. I listen to a lot of PHP voices, and so, just hearing you guys kick back, relax, and chat was just wonderful. Oh, that's awesome. We've heard a lot from people over the years that like, uh, people who work solo, or like work from home a…
 
We're Hiring! Check out the job postings at https://lofty-labs-llc.breezy.hr Show Notes: Value and its subjective definition (01:02) WFH with the spouse (04:28) OSHA-rated Bluetooth headphones (06:27) Terrible jobs, life lessons (07:31) This week’s FAD roll call (12:21) Not the cracker mill you were thinking (16:08) Plasticizers (20:46) Sausages ar…
 
Anna’s personal site DjangoCon US 2018 Keynote @amakarudze on Twitter Django Events Foundation of North America (DEFNA) Site Reliability Engineering: How Google Runs Production Systems Support the Show This podcast does not have any ads or sponsors. To support the show, please consider purchasing a book, signing up for Button, or reading the Django…
 
“We found out, well, we knocked over the stack again. So we've been dealing with, with Kubernetes self-healing. And it turns out when you give Kubernetes too few of resources to self-heal with, it ain't too good at it. Hobb’s is pointing out that the nodes we've got are dual core nodes. And it's just like, Kubernetes gets one core, and then Django …
 
django-simple-deploy Python Crash Course recommended readings Python Crash Course book Python on Azure 4-Part Series with Carlton Locust.io: Open source load testing tool Support the Show This podcast does not have any ads or sponsors. To support the show, please consider purchasing a book, signing up for Button, or reading the Django News newslett…
 
The FAD Crew gather around to share stories of their watch choices, subscription-only seat warmers, and the FCC's 'official observers'. Also, Kubernetes. “My smartwatch isn't as smart as the GPS collar on my dog. And then it was just like, ‘I don’t think anyone’s ever said that in the world before’. Honestly, I mean, to be fair, your dog’s collar i…
 
October costume life hacks (02:05) Why the podcast is part of the interview process (04:43) Where-does-blake-work-right-now.api (06:22) Databases are like screwdrivers (08:40) “We don’t have to build models. There’s no schema.” (14:52) Beavis & Butthead (23:26) Objections on the latest Boba Fett series (31:44) The risks of social media and local ne…
 
High-tech redneck: coming soon to FAD (01:51) Poop jokes in college computer science labs (05:01) James Webb telescope test suites (08:56) Dangerous territory for one’s back (13:54) Shit changes rapidly (21:26) Tabs (28:28) Paired programming (33:57) Sorry about the spam, Tyrel (50:22) A story about litigation - sort of (54:54)…
 
Personal website Boost Your Django DX - Preorder the New Book Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize Django Technical Board Election Results Finding the new (and old) contributors to Django 4.0 django-upgrade django-browser-reload Today’s Django Security Release Deconstructed (4.0.1, 3.2.11, and 2.2.26) SQLite function optimization and PR Signal Receive…
 
Tyrel and Casey are joined once more by Chris Allen (Big Chris) as they talk about being NFT-curious, why being software-aware in sales works, and where the idea of mallsoft meets HTMLX. Also, mayonnaise versus Miracle Whip. “And then we get back to that bridge we burned and we’d be like, ‘Well, we better rebuild that bridge now.’” Show Notes: Hind…
 
dabapps Jamie on GitHub and Twitter Unpoly django-readers django-zen-queries django-rest-framework-serialization-spec django-db-queue django-log-request-id Django Views - The Right Way by Luke Plant Django Vanilla Views by Tom Christie Black Friday Sale 50% off the list price of the books Django for Beginners/APIs/Professionals by William Vincent, …
 
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