djangocon 2008: adrian holovaty and jacob kaplan-moss on state of django
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06 septiembre
2008

djangocon 2008: adrian holovaty and jacob kaplan-moss on state of django

a great overview of the project through time.

The first django congress website

While having lunch (chicken lasagna and salad), Adrian Holovaty gave us a talk about django from the beginning to the pre-1.0 state. An entertaining one.

Following Adrian, Jacob Kaplan-Moss gave us a talk about the state of django since 18 months before 1.0 (last monday). He covered some of the major features/works that had been made during this time.

Now on to Christian Hammond & David Trowbridge - Reviewboard

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