This has been a great year so far for conferences all around the world. And it's about to get even better for us. We're very happy to to be sponsoring and talking in both DjangoCon US and PyGotham, two of our favorite yearly events.
In DjangoCon, that happens in San Diego between september 22nd and 27th, we'll be giving two brand new talks, with Luan and Renato, as well as Nicolle's highly praised talk, that was first presented at PyCon, earlier this year. Luan is talking about an issue that hits hard on every digital product: technical debt. In his talk, he'll be focusing on what are technical debts and how to avoid them. Renato is talking about Django authentication, the importance of it and the possibilities you have once you understand it. Nicolle, on the other hand, is going to be talking about the importance of internationalization and localization for digital products and how it may go a long way in improving your user's experience.
Following DjangoCon, we're headed straight to the east coast, where we'll be attending and sponsoring PyGotham , in New York, between october 4th and 5th. There, we'll be giving yet another brand new talk with Renato. And, if you missed Nicolle's talk at PyCon or DjangoCon, she'll be giving it once more in PyGotham.
On the other hand, Renato will be giving his second talk of the tour. He's bringing to the table a very nice discussion about API design. More specifically, he's going to talk about how we could improve APIs, centering it in their main users: the developers.
Sharing our knowledge with the community, learning, improving and meeting new people are among our favorite things (along with coding, obviously), and we're very happy to be helping both DjangoCon and PyGotham become such fruitful events.
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