Happened from 2015-04-05 to 2015-04-11

Your Django Story: Meet Agata Tyśnicka

By anna-oz on 2015-04-06

This is a post in our Your Django Story series where we highlight awesome ladies who work with Django. Read more about it here.

Agata is a software developer working at 10Clouds and also a proud Django Girls Wrocław coach. She graduated with a degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering from Warsaw University of Technology. She lives in Warsaw, but has Amsterdam in her heart. Agatha is a proud pole dancer, slow runner and first class procrastinator.

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Sunfounder Project Super Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi Model B+

By Dan on 2015-04-09


I ordered this long-named kit as a practice tool so that I could learn more about the Raspberry Pi. My quick review: the documentation sparse, the wiring diagrams mostly correct, and the instructions – especially the programming sections – are … Continue reading

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Django Girls still at EuroPython 2015

By thatdocslady on 2015-04-09

Following the recent controversial comments made by one of the EuroPython 2015 organizers in the Python en español podcast, we at Django Girls feel that we should communicate our response globally to all our friends and supporters.

Firstly, we must express our disappointment that a person who holds a key position on an organization team for one of the biggest Python conferences in the world, would make such offensive statements whether in jest or in earnest.

Moreover, as the proverb goes, “behind every jokes there is a grain of truth”, and writing off offensive statements as jokes helps naught but aggravate the situation further, which was apparent from EuroPython’s hastily-prepared initial apology.

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