Web development frameworks conceptualize various abstractions to make common web development paradigms easy to implement. These abstractions have to be "transparent" in that they enable developer to override where necessary. Django, a modern python framework provides a full stack framework and has pioneered best practices in defining these abstractions for various web application paradigms such as Authentication, Permissions, Sessions, Caching, Security from CSRF, File Storage, Form Validation, etc. The abstractions provided by django are transparent and extensible and are as such referred to in the community to be "Djangoic"
The session covers these abstractions, their defaults and using some of their transparencies to achieve a few non-default common ends such as using cloud storage services like Amazon web services, Implementing LDAP authentication, Implementing caching using Memcached, database and NoSQL data stores. The biggest take away to the developer is the ability to identify and create other Djangoic solutions that are transparent abstractions by examining the ones implemented within django and developed by the community in open source applications.