GoCD is a continuous delivery tool specialising in advanced workflow modeling and dependency management. It lets you track a change from commit to deploy at a glance, providing superior visibility into your workflow. It’s open source, free to use and download.
Use our open-source software to take advantage of PostgreSQL’s powerful COPY TO command
I’m starting today a new tutorial series about the Django fundamentals. It’s a complete beginner’s guide to start learning Django. The material is divided into seven parts. We’re going to explore all the basic concepts in great detail, from installation, preparation of the development environment, models, views, templates, URLs to more advanced topics such as migrations, testing, and deployment.
Videos from the conference.
In accordance with our security release policy, the Django team is issuing Django 1.11.5 and Django 1.10.8. These release addresses the security issue detailed below. We encourage all users of Django to upgrade as soon as possible.
Our third iteration in reducing the tooling overhead to support a decoupled static build process in our Django project templates is proving itself well.
I’m using django-graphene as my GraphQL server at the moment, so the field types flow from the original Django model definition into the schema.
Django storage backends for AliCloud OSS.
a sample on using python-social-auth-django.
Doing django tutorial located here: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.11/intro/tutorial04/
Django Gamification aims to fill the gamification sized hole in the Django package ecosystem. In the current state, Django Gamification provides a set of models that can be used to implement gamification features in your application. These include a centralised interface for keeping track of all gamification related objects including badges, points, and unlockables.
A pinterest clone for Django practice.