Frank Wiles believes technology should make our lives easier, not more complicated. He started REVSYS to help businesses take full advantage of all the benefits of the Open Source Software revolution. His experience has made him the go-to source for building applications, systems, and processes that show how software can be easy, robust and affordable.
Find out the details of our origin story along with examples of some of the more interesting projects we've tackled in our history.
Developers are the largest expense with software. Improving their productivity doesn't just make sense to the company's bottom line, but it improves morale as they no longer have to wade through a bunch of crap to get started on the job at hand. This data generation technique helps improve your developer experience and testing.
A simple import trick to make it easy to keep your django-ninja view functions in different Django apps and files.
Given at DjangoCon 2017 on August 15, 2017
This talk slot was originally for Josh Berkus, but he injured his back the week prior to the conference so Frank stepped in with a pretty similar talk on the same topic, Kubernetes. The hardest thing about Kubernetes is getting a handle on the jargon. Frank walks you through all of the various…
Given at DjangoCon 2016 on July 20, 2016
In this group of people, there is one thing we most certainly have in common: We're all bug hunters. Whether you've spent your last sabbatical in Borneo studying the embeddable iPython or you've only just begun your career and wonder at anyone using more than django-debug-toolbar, we can all learn …
Given at DjangoCon 2015 on September 9, 2015
Collecting and visualizing metrics is hard right, so we'll do them later. Learn how to easily collect any server or client side metrics with Django, InfluxDB, and Graphana.
Frank was interviewed as the PyDev of the Week on how he got interested in Python and what projects he's been working on.
August 26, 2019
DjangoChat interviewed Frank about the Django Software Foundation and Django's history.
May 1, 2019