KEYNOTE | How to be a djangonaut in a climate emergency
2021-06-02, 13:50–15:05 (Europe/Paris), Main Room

The science on climate spells out the need for rapid, far-reaching, and unprecedented changes to how we work and live. What does this mean for the way we build digital services as djangonaugs?

We’ll explore what we can, and should be doing as professional technologists in a climate emergency, the patterns emerging for more sustainable software engineering, and what a django designed to be the best choice for building future climate tech services might look like.

Chris Adams is an environmentally focussed tech generalist, spending the last fifteen years working in tech startups, blue chip companies and government, as a user researcher, product manager, developer, sysadmin and UX-er.

He is an organiser of ClimateAction.tech, a community for technology professionals taking climate action, a director of the Green Web Foundation.

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