django-district

django-district is a group for users of the Django web framework in the Washington, D.C. area. We'll meet on a regular basis at the National Geographic offices and will cover Django and Python topics of interest.

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Past events

  • django-district social night

    13-14 Apr 2011 in Washington D.C., United States

    Join us for a fun night of grub, beer and Django! We'll likely field a trivia team too so come with your best drunken knowledge at the ready!

  • django-district social night

    16-17 Mar 2011 in Washington D.C., United States

    Now that we're back from PyCon, it's time for a fun night of grub, beer and Django! We'll probably field a team for Meridian Pint's trivia night too!

  • Documentation Driven Development

    Thu, 24 Feb 2011, 00:00 - 02:00 in Washington, United States

    This month Corey Oordt will be giving us a dry-run of his accepted PyCon 2011 talk Documentation Driven Development! If you haven't seen Corey speak before he's excellent and very passionate about this topic. For the full abstract of his PyCon 2011 talk check out | addition, we're moving to a new space at Sunlight Foundation! Jeremy Carbaugh and the folks at Sunlight have generously offered to host the group.

  • django-district social night

    9-10 Feb 2011 in Washington, United States

    Join us for a fun night of grub, beer and Django!

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