Jeff Triplett

DjangoCon: DjangoCon US Talks I’d Like to See: 2023 Edition

Continuing in the tradition of my 2022, 2018, 2017, and 2016 “DjangoCon US Talks I’d like to see” posts, here is an update for 2023.

The talk and tutorial deadline for this year is May 15, 2023 at 6 PM EDT, but check the official speaking page for updates and submit your proposal.

Also, don’t miss our official post Need Suggestions for a DjangoCon US 2023 Topic?.

Talks I’d like to see at DjangoCon US 2023

Embracing HTML and lightweight front-end frameworks

2023 is shaping up to be the year of “you probably don’t need JavaScript,” and hello, getting more done in less time.

Lightweight front-end frameworks like HTMx, Alpine JS, and Tailwind CSS allow more things to be done in HTML without requiring full-fledged JavaScript stacks, frameworks, or libraries. These frameworks focus on enhancing HTML and CSS capabilities and promoting simplicity, maintainability, and improved performance while offering powerful tools for building user interfaces.

With this in mind, I’d love to do a few talks based on these topics:

Django best practices


These are primarily random topics I haven’t seen covered or covered in enough detail yet:


Share your thoughts and ideas

If you want to share your thoughts and ideas for a good talk, here are three ways:

On the Django Forum


Whatever remains of Twitter

🤔 Do you want to submit a talk for DjangoCon US 2023 but aren't sure what to talk about?

Here is my annual list of DjangoCon US talks I’d like to see in case it gives you some inspiration:

— ✨ Jeff Triplett ✨ (@webology) May 5, 2023