This month James Socol from Mozilla will be speaking about continuous deployment for Django. From James:
How fast can you deploy a fix to your users? How confident are you with your deploys? We'll talk about setting up a deployment pipeline to get code in front of your users faster and do it confidently. Then we'll talk about the hurdles--cultural, technical, and Django-specific--and how to clear them.
In addition to our usual generous sponsorship from NWC, AxialMarket has stepped up to sponsor food and drink for this month's meeting! If you're looking for a new job, you should definitely check out AxialMarket. They're a fun crew working on some interesting problems and of course, they're a Python/Django shop. If you're interested, there will be folks from AxialMarket at the meetup that you can speak to or you can read more on AxialMarket.com.
About the Host: NWCU
This event is part of NWCU, community-powered learning driven entirely by member participation. NWCU is a curated collection of classes, workshops, Meetup groups, and hackathons, all sharing one core common goal: help existing and aspiring independents build, learn, and share with one another, so more people can lead better, happier lives working for themselves.
NWCU is made possible by amazing supporters of independents and innovation: Google & New Work City.
About New Work City
New Work City is a coworking space and community center for independents in Manhattan. We gather in a cozy shared environment to work, collaborate, learn, and socialize. All you need is some work to do and a friendly disposition!