DJUGL March 2013

Tuesday, 12th March 2013 at 7pm - 10:30pm

Location: Mozilla London, 101 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4AZ

This event is in the past.

Ahead of DjangoCon Europe we are holding the next DJUGL at the offices of Mozilla London on 12th March from 7pm.

There will still be the usual high standard of speakers and Django users and developers. Also, pizza and beer provided by Austin Fraser.

Who is talking?

There will be a quick intro from our hosts followed by three interesting talks.......

- Peter Inglesby - "Advanced Python through Django: Metaclasses"

- Andrew Godwin - "Inside Lanyrd's Architecture"

- Marc Tamlyn - 
"What's new in Django 1.5" 

However the order may be slightly different

Please let us know if you are interested in talking at or want to nominate someone to talk at a future DJUGL

Brought to you By?

DJUGL March 2013 is being hosted by Mozilla London who's office is a newly opened 'Mozilla Space' - an office for Mozillians to work in but also a community space that people who are working on Mozilla projects or working on projects that help move the open web forward can come to hack on some code and ask us questions about our projects/services.

Django is a core part of the Mozilla webdev effort - we have migrated or are in the process of migrating our core websites to using it, built up an app-frame work around it ( and even have a core contributor or two on our team. And we're hiring -

Enjoy the Pizza and Beers from Austin Fraser.

We are a specialist recruitment consultancy whose team have unrivaled knowledge of their dedicated markets and have worked with Python and Django since 2008.

Our goal is to find people a role that you will excel in as our reputation depends on the success of the placement.

Most of our clients now only work with us so we can offer you opportunities that are not openly advertised elsewhere.

For more information, please get in touch with Jon Gould
 or James Lafferty or speak to us on the night


Displaying 2 comments
Tom Viner wrote
at 1:59pm on Monday, 11th March 2013
Be cool to not clash with other London Python events Posting to/checking the Python-UK mailing list is the best way of doing this.
Jon Gould wrote
at 10:08am on Tuesday, 26th February 2013
Tickets will be available to book from 9pm on Tuesday 26th Feb

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