2 July 2016 to 3 July 2016 9.30am to 10pm
Location: Crunchr - James Wattstraat 77-79 (7th floor), Amsterdam
Cost: There is no cost for the event.
The Dutch Django Association in association with Crunchr is organising another Django Sprint! Everyone can join to make the Django framework even better! During the two sprint days, we will contribute to Django together. Triage or solve tickets, easy or hard ones, improve existing patches, make the documentation better, take your pick!
Most of all, you! You don't need to be a member of the Dutch Django Association, everyone is welcome! To help everyone feel welcome and safe, all participants must follow the meetup code of conduct.
You will probably need some experience with Django and knowledge of Python, but the bar is not high. We'll have a number of Django core developers on site: Markus Holtermann, Baptiste Mispelon, Daniele Procida, Florian Apolloner and Erik Romijn. The core developer's attendance is funded by Crunchr and the Dutch Django Association.
We are also working on some exciting new ideas to help everyone get started in the sprint, especially those with fewer experience. More on that later. The gong will also make an appearance, sponsored by DashCare.
The doors will open on Saturday, July 2 from 9:30. We'll stop Sunday, July 3 around 22.00. You can come for any partial period you like. Staff will be there during the whole two days. We will provide you with lunch.
The sprint will be hosted by Crunchr, near Amstel station. This is the same venue as the last meetup.