Justin Mayer

Justin Mayer is a serial entrepreneur, active open-source contributor, and advocate for stronger security and privacy. His latest project is Fortressa.com, which provides one-tap installation of open-source projects, replacing expensive SaaS products with self-hosted alternatives that protect user privacy. He also maintains the Pelican static site generator as well as a number of other projects for Python and the Fish shell.

Justin speaks fluent Japanese, graduated with honors from the University of California, Berkeley, and received his M.B.A. from the Wharton School of Business.

He writes about security and privacy on the web at justinmayer.com and via @JMayer on Twitter.


Add Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to Django in Mere Minutes
Justin Mayer

Passwords alone can’t protect us. We need multi-factor authentication, which doesn’t come with Django out of the box. But we can add MFA to our Django projects in just a few minutes, giving our users the ability to protect their accounts with Touch ID, security keys, and one-time passwords.