This presentation is a part of Sunscrapers’ weekly talks. Michał presents and evaluates different approaches to organising business logic code in a Django Project. Watch it to learn more about putting business logic in Django!

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Michał Nakoneczny
Michał Nakoneczny
Senior Fullstack Engineer

Michał is a Senior Fullstack Engineer at Sunscraper and builds awesome stuff using Python, Go, and Javascript. Michał wanted to be a dustman - they just have the coolest trucks! - but he changed his mind when he learned how early they need to get up in the morning. So he settled for a PhD in philosophy and professional experience as a software engineer instead. Michał likes learning - be it new languages, technologies, or how the dishwasher really works. He likes coffee too. Currently, he lives in Tokyo, Japan.

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