SF Django Meetup: Asynchronous Events and Architecture
Last month, we met on January 28th at InfoScout's offices to hear from their head engineer and co-founder, Jon Brelig about how they architected their asynchronous operations.
SF Django Meetup: Microservices at Prezi
Last month, we met on October 29th at the Prezi offices to hear from two of their engineers about how they're migrating their application from a monolithic structure to microservices.
SF Django Meetup: Surviving Transactions
In the last installment of the San Francisco Django Meetup Group we met at Splunk to hear Christophe Pettus (Core Django and PostreSQL developer) talk about database transaction with Django.
Adjusting To Life in San Francisco
When I first found out I was moving to San Francisco, I was overwhelmed to say the least. I had lived my entire life in Massachusetts, with only a few brief visits outside its jagged borders. Nonetheless, I was excited to move across country. Popular entertainment like The Social Network and Silicon Valley had lodged California in my mind as the place to be for young developers, with San Francisco at the center of it all.
Testing: Year One
In August we had great talk given by Chris Clark, co-founder of ePantry. The meetup was held at Rocket Studios, the event space managed by RocketSpace, and sponsored by RocketU with free drinks and pizza!