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East Bay Django Meetup: Logging

Django's built in logging features can be tricky to use to their fullest potential. Chris Cogdon will discuss Django logging (including examples) from 6:15-7:00.

For remaining time:

Come with your laptop to work on your project, give and get help over the shoulders of others for anything related to Django, including Python, CSS/HTML/JavaScript, Django apps, etc. Accelerate your learning, hone your Django skills, and/or get to know other East Bay Django/Developers.

Beginners welcome - but you'll get much more out of the group if you've installed Python and Django and completed at least parts I and II of the official Django tutorial, started the Django Book, or had some other form of exposure to Django.

Tech Liminal charges $5 per attendee for use of the space. They are located a few blocks from Oakland 12th St. BART.

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  • Raymond Y.

    I'm glad to see the meeting went well last night. I'm looking forward to the next meeting -- has the date been set yet?

    December 12, 2012

  • Joe G.

    Several people were interested in links to the ePub version of the latest Django docs and Django Book. I posted these links in the meetup discussion area:

    December 11, 2012

  • Joe G.

    15 attended. Chris got sick in the last minute but there was intense interest in logging, so . . . Richard stepped right in and did a great job off the cuff presenting how he does logging with Django. Others contributed as well, including an on the fly demo of Django Debug Toolbar being installed and used.

    Lots of great informal discussion and help given and received after the logging portion was over. Very nice group tonight.

    1 · December 11, 2012

  • Chris C.

    Hi folks. I hate to break a promise and disappoint people... a fever I thought I knocked out on Monday has come back and I'd hate to get a bunch of folk sick (and certainly no condition to ride a MC right now). I'll get my presentation up in a couple of days and hope to see y'all at the next meet.

    December 11, 2012

  • George J J.

    Hi Joe --

    I'm very new to Django, so I'd like to work through the tutorials. I did a search and found quite a few -- could you post the URL for the official Django Tutorial.


    December 11, 2012

  • Joe G.

    The experience level of attendees is all over the map. We were surprised that the average skill level was much higher at the 2nd meetup than the 1st.

    Since we don't know average attendee skill levels in advance, Chris (and hopefully future speakers) will attempt to address both beginners and highly experienced developers in different portions of his talk. Beginners who have trouble with the more advanced portions can ask questions of Chris or others after the talk.

    November 15, 2012

  • Joe G.

    This is monthly meeting #3. 2nd Tue night of each month.

    If you really want to attend East Bay meetups but can't ever make this time, please comment below - if several people comment I'll change the regular time.

    November 15, 2012

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