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Episodes and show notes available at friday.hirelofty.com. An unapologetic show about the culture and chaos of software engineering from the makers and breakers of digital products at Lofty Labs. We build software with Python and Django, Ruby and Rails, Golang, whatever frontend framework we're forced to use because it's popular this month, and anything else to get the job done right. Then on Friday afternoons we have a beer and talk about our regrets on this show.
 
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Tom Christie personal site Encode DjangoCon Europe 2019 - Sketching out a Django redesign DjangoCon US 2019 - Just Add Await: Retrofitting Async into Django Django REST Framework MkDocs mkautodoc HTTPX urllib3 Starlette hostedapi - demo app built with Starlette Support the Show This podcast does not have any ads or sponsors. To support the show, pl…
 
Summary The goal of every software team is to get their code into production without breaking anything. This requires establishing a repeatable process that doesn’t introduce unnecessary roadblocks and friction. In this episode Ronak Rahman discusses the challenges that development teams encounter when trying to build and maintain velocity in their…
 
“But now, it's like everything we produce from a certain period going forward - which started this summer - is like, that's not just a design that we implemented. That is Lofty’s fucking flag in the ground on ‘This is how Lofty designs products’. Not ‘This is the team that Lofty uses’. This is not ‘People that we really like their design work, so w…
 
Django 4.1 released Jeff Triplett personal site DjangoCon US Call for Proposals Django News newsletter awesome-django Django for Professionals 4.0 Update DjangoX starter project 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 n…
 
Summary Every startup begins with an idea, but that won’t get you very far without testing the feasibility of that idea. A common practice is to build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) that addresses the problem that you are trying to solve and working with early customers as they engage with that MVP. In this episode Tony Pavlovych shares his thought…
 
“This is a conversation that comes up a lot: as we grow and we get better and we specialize, the deals get bigger. But the pool of clients we can work with gets exponentially smaller. Because the list of companies that actually need to do what we're doing shrinks significantly - but then for those companies, we are the only answer. And so either th…
 
Summary Application architectures have been in a constant state of evolution as new infrastructure capabilities are introduced. Virtualization, cloud, containers, mobile, and now web assembly have each introduced new options for how to build and deploy software. Recognizing the transformative potential of web assembly, Matt Butcher and his team at …
 
DRF Google Group DjangoCon 2018 Talk: Finally Understand User Authentication in DRF DRF Official Documents: Authentication django-cors-header package Swagger vs OpenAPI API Star Starlette GraphQL vs REST SPONSORING OPTIONS DRF Sponsors Django Software Foundation Support the Show This podcast does not have any ads or sponsors. To support the show, p…
 
Summary As your code scales beyond a trivial level of complexity and sophistication it becomes difficult or impossible to know everything that it is doing. The flow of logic and data through your software and which parts are taking the most time are impossible to understand without help from your tools. VizTracer is the tool that you will turn to w…
 
Summary Analysis of streaming data in real time has long been the domain of big data frameworks, predominantly written in Java. In order to take advantage of those capabilities from Python requires using client libraries that suffer from impedance mis-matches that make the work harder than necessary. Bytewax is a new open source platform for writin…
 
Summary Building a fully functional web application has been growing in complexity along with the growing popularity of javascript UI frameworks such as React, Vue, Angular, etc. Users have grown to expect interactive experiences with dynamic page updates, which leads to duplicated business logic and complex API contracts between the server-side ap…
 
“But one of the first ones that I saw, as an actual potential project for us was with a bunch of independent, organic meat farms that wanted to be able to validate [the] quality of their supply chain all the way to the consumer - i.e. as a consumer, I could like scan a QR code on the packaging of my meat and see this like long background of all of …
 
Summary Virtually everything that you interact with on a daily basis and many other things that make modern life possible were designed and modeled in software called CAD or Computer-Aided Design. These programs are advanced suites with graphical editing environments tailored to domain experts in areas such as mechanical engineering, electrical eng…
 
Learning Python via Django Considered Harmful Django Girls Tutorial Django for Beginners Install Python3 on Mac/Windows/Linux/Chromebook awesome-django repo django-vanilla-views Classy Class-Based Views site Django Deployment Checklist Groups Django Users Google Group Stack Overflow Simple is Better than Complex Community Board Subreddits: Learning…
 
Summary Building any software project is going to require relying on dependencies that you and your team didn’t write or maintain, and many of those will have dependencies of their own. This has led to a wide variety of potential and actual issues ranging from developer ergonomics to application security. In order to provide a higher degree of conf…
 
Eric’s personal wite @ ericholscher on Twitter Read the Docs Write the Docs Ad Funding at Read the Docs and What’s Next for Ethical Advertising DjangoCon Europe 2021: Dynamic static sites with Django & Sphinx by Carlton Gibson Support the Show This podcast does not have any ads or sponsors. To support the show, please consider purchasing a book, si…
 
Summary Most developers have encountered code completion systems and rely on them as part of their daily work. They allow you to stay in the flow of programming, but have you ever stopped to think about how they work? In this episode Meredydd Luff takes us behind the scenes to dig into the mechanics of code completion engines and how you can custom…
 
Jeff Triplett personal site Django 4.1 release notes - UNDER DEVELOPMENT DjangoCon US Call for Proposals Django News newsletter awesome-django Django for Professionals 4.0 Update DjangoX starter project 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 …
 
Summary Russell Keith-Magee is an accomplished engineer and a fixture of the Python community. His work on the Beeware suite of projects is one of the most ambitious undertakings in the ecosystem and unfailingly forward-looking. With his recent transition to working for Anaconda he is now able to dedicate his full focus to the effort. In this episo…
 
Summary Digital cameras and the widespread availability of smartphones has allowed us all to generate massive libraries of personal photographs. Unfortunately, now we are all left to our own devices of how to manage them. While cloud services such as iPhotos and Google Photos are convenient, they aren’t always affordable and they put your pictures …
 
Summary Investing effectively is largely a game of information access and analysis. This can involve a substantial amount of research and time spent on finding, validating, and acquiring different information sources. In order to reduce the barrier to entry and provide a powerful framework for amateur and professional investors alike Didier Rodrigu…
 
“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…
 
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