HTTPX is a next-generation HTTP client, likely the successor to the popular requests package. This latest release of HTTPX supports both sync and async and is one step away from a forthcoming 1.0 release.
The call for participation is currently out for this one day Django conference.
The conference is in Porto, Portugal from May 27-31, featuring 3 days of talks and 2 days of springs.
There are many ways to contribute to Django itself, especially the documentation. Here is a getting-started guide. If you have any issues, put a question on the Django Forum and you'll get help!
An elegant quick fix for a common Django issue.
A nice overview of first-pass performance testing in a Django app.
A 2+ hour course on building APIs with Django 3.0.
Django Fellow Carlton Gibson describes the current state of Django contributions and how/why anyone can become involved.
Tom is the creator of Django REST Framework, HTTPX, and a whole suite of new async Python web stack packages.
Detect backward incompatible migrations for your Django project
Django Fellow Carlton Gibson's notes for "Getting started contributing to Django" sprints workshop.
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