The JustDjango Podcast
Conversations with people working with Django. From solo-devs to large companies, this podcast aims to help people learn more about how Django is being used.
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Django is awesome.
It's being used in all sorts of ways by all sorts of people, from individual creators to large companies.
This podcast aims to provide informative, open and transparent conversations with people using Django.
There are lots of ideas for where this podcast will go in the future, but for now, here is the format:
The podcast will release a season of five episodes. Each season will focus on a group of people using Django in a specific way.
Season 1 will focus on individual creators or better yet "indiehackers". If you've never heard of that term before, go to indiehackers.com
Will there be a Season 2? I hope so! I'd like to have multiple seasons interviewing many different groups of people.
How can you support this podcast? Share it with your friends and give constructive feedback.
Hope you enjoy the show!
Conversations with indiehackers and individual creators
S01 E05 - Herman Martinus of Bear Blog
Herman is a software developer, indie hacker and creator of Bear Blog, a website that lets you start blogging while keeping your pages tiny, fast and optimized for search engines.
S01 E04 - Eric Vanular of Collective Energy
Eric is an indie hacker, software developer, consultant and creator of Collective Energy, a community for people working together to combat climate change. He also created Enviro.work which is an affiliated green jobs board. He built it using Django.
S01 E03 - Allison Seboldt of Fantasy Congress
Allison is a software developer, indie hacker and creator of Fantasy Congress which is an online game that takes a fantasy sports spin on politics
S01 E02 - Justin Mitchel of Coding For Entrepreneurs
S01 E01 - Cory Zue of SaaS Pegasus
Cory is a software developer and has been part of the indiehackers community for quite a while now. He’s built many side-projects, one of them being SaaS Pegasus, which is a Django powered SaaS template that you can use to bootstrap your projects.