Resources for Pro Django students at Cisco
June 12-13, 2017
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- Readable Regular Expressions - 3-hour tutorial
|from drf_yasg import openapi|
|from drf_yasg.utils import no_body, swagger_auto_schema|
|For actions, a lot of times Swagger will pick up on the serializer you pass to serializer_class in the decorator.|
|But when you're using different input and output serializers or doing anything fancy, Swagger doesn't like it.|
|Swagger also isn't great at picking up on the status you return if you're not returning a 200 or 201.|
|from django.conf import settings|
|from django.contrib.auth.models import User|
|from django.contrib.sites.models import Site|
|from django.core.mail import send_mail|
|from django.db import models|
|from django.template.loader import render_to_string|
|from django.utils.crypto import salted_hmac|
|from django.utils.translation import ugettext_lazy as _|
|from django.utils.safestring import mark_safe|
|from markdown import markdown # Requires Markdown library|
|from pygments import highlight # Requires Pygments library|
|from pygments.formatters import get_formatter_by_name|
|from pygments.lexers import get_lexer_by_name|
|from wagtail.core import blocks|
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Hi! I’m Lacey. I’m a developer at the University of Texas at Austin, and I’m an organizer for Django Girls and DjangoCon, and this is my first ever conference presentation.
First of all, thanks for signing up for childcare for Django Girls Portland! We're excited to be able to offer free childcare to the women attending our workshop. We want to take this opportunity to go over a couple of things that you should know.
Please fill out this emergency contact form and waiver so we have all of your child's information easily at hand.
Avery Fisher, a nurse-midwifery student at OHSU, is our nanny for the day. She is about 2 months away from being a certified Registered Nurse, and will spend the next two years studying midwifery. She has several years of experience caring for young children as a nanny. She's CPR and first aid trained, and has passed rigorous background checks to be part of OHSU' competitive program. She is also a personal friend of the organizers, and is very excited to be spending the day with your little ones.