Django core contributor Andrew Godwin joins the show to tell us all about Python and Django. If you’ve ever wondered why people love Python, what Django’s virtues are as a web framework, or how Django Channels measure up to Phoenix’s Channels and Rails’ Action Cable, this is the show for you. Also: Andrew’s take on funding and sustaining open source efforts.
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Notes and Links
- This episode started on Ping
- Django creators: Jacob Kaplan-Moss, Simon Willison
- Python love: The Zen of Python
- Python love: Great Docs – Requests as example
- Jerod suggests RFC #5: Read/Write the Docs with Eric Holscher
- Virtues: The Django admin site
- Virtues: GeoDjango
- Wikipedia has a list of well-known sites using Django
- Andrew’s baby: Django Channels
- Getting started with Django
- Django South - consistent, easy-to-use and database-agnostic migrations for Django applications.
- If sustainability is interesting to you, check out Request for Commits