Jacob Kaplan-Moss

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Django classes: deployment, ecosystem November 4th, 2010

(Cross-posted from the Revsys blog; I think folks here might be interested, too.) Next month I’ll be teaching two new one-day classes, both of which evolved from common questions we get at Revsys. Each class is going to be offered twice, once in LA and once in Boston. For the impatient here are some links and quick info: Django Deployment Workshop - Los Angeles - December 6, 2010. Django Deployment Workshop - Boston - December 10, 2010.…

Early registration for my Advanced Django class ends soon February 16th, 2010

Early registration ends Friday for the March Advanced Django Class I’m teaching, so if you’re planning on coming, you should sign up soon! I’m really excited about this class: we’ll get to dive really deep into the good parts of Django. We’ll cover all sorts of advanced usage of Django’s APIs, spend a bunch of time playing with all the cool stuff out there in the Django ecosystem, and actually spend a whole day setting up and configuring a real-world deployment stack.…

Django Master Class, October 16 September 18th, 2009

I’m pleased to announce that I’m teaming up with Steve Holden and Holden Web to teach a one-day Django Master Class. The class’ll be in Washington, DC on October 16th, 2009. I’ll be covering a grab-bag of advanced Django tricks, including AJAX, REST, schema migration, testing, caching, code quality, and more. Hopefully there’ll be something there for everything. For more info or to sign up, head on over to Holden Web

Reminder: Django Training August 7th, 2009

A quick reminder: if you’re thinking of coming to me week-long Django course in Kansas City next month, today’s the last day to sign up at early-bird pricing. The price goes up by $500 tomorrow. It’s shaping up to be a blast – why not join us?

Django Training July 20th, 2009

I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be teaching a week-long introductory Django course in Kansas City, September 21st - 25th. Teaching’s folks how to use Django is one of my favorite things to do – in fact, I’m in San Jose right now gearing up for a tutorial at OSCON tomorrow – so it seemed a natural thing to make it an aspect of my business. So, if you need to learn Django, why not come spend a week in Kansas City with me?…