Simple Hacks to Make Your Django Website Faster

Jitendra Agrawal (~jitendra2)


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Description:

You have built an awesome Django website, it's being loved by your early users and you are starting to get some serious traffic. Are you investing more and more time handling alerts, autoscaling and you are starting to get worried about hosting costs? Django framework and Python community has built some great solutions for you.

This talk will introduce various Django caching features (they are easy to use), talk about AJAX, edge side caching (ESI) and discuss when you should offload some of the tasks to an async process queue so that your users continue to experience a super-fast website.

Prerequisites:

Familiarity with Django

Content URLs:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1lvexV8yKJckedrGRTk_63_K7vWhLv-z80yaKbvFTBbs/edit?usp=sharing

Speaker Info:

Jeet is the CTO at SlideRule, an online education startup. He graduated from IIT Bombay and has been building complex web products for 15 years.

Speaker Links:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeet1 https://twitter.com/jiten

Section: Web Development
Type: Talks
Target Audience: Beginner
Last Updated:

Hi:

I made some changes to the presentation:

Link here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1lvexV8yKJckedrGRTk_63_K7vWhLv-z80yaKbvFTBbs/edit#slide=id.p

Would love to discuss improvements. One of the reviewers had mentioned continuity issues and I would be happy to discuss how we can fix this.

Best regards, Jeet

Jitendra Agrawal (~jitendra2)

Requesting a response again. One of the review comments mentioned issues with continuity. Can you please help me fix it?

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