Born in Buenos Aires (la Ciudad de la Furia), Argentina, Leonardo Luis Lazzaro has always been fascinated by the idea of creating something out of nothing. His first contact with computers began at an early age, fueled by classic video games like Maniac Mansion and Monkey Island.

By the age of 12, Leonardo was already running his own Bulletin Board System (BBS) using ProBoardBBS Software, making him one of the youngest participants in online communities in Argentina. The BBS allowed him to meet other tech enthusiasts who introduced him to the programming world. His fascination with computer demos from the demoscene became a strong motivation for his continued discovery in programming. 

Leonardo's academic path led him to study computer science at the prestigious Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). He embarked on a Ph.D. in drug discovery, trying to apply computational skills to solve highly complex challenges on GPU simulations. However, his journey took a turn, leading him away from the academic world and becoming a Ph.D. dropout. With 12 years of experience in Python, Leonardo has developed a profound expertise in this programming language. He is proficient in several Python frameworks, including Flask, Pyramid, Django, FastAPI, and others, showcasing his versatility and deep understanding of web development and application design.




David Wobrock is a seasoned software engineer in the domains of backend web development, cybersecurity, and developer experience for multiple years. As an active contributor to Django, he plays a significant role in the Django Triage & Review team, showcasing his commitment to the advancement of the framework. Within Django, his primary focus revolves around contributions to the Django ORM and database migrations. Additionally, David is dedicated to maintaining open-source Python packages within the Django ecosystem.

He has worked for several startups, contributing not only to the growth of their technical stacks with reliable and secure software but also enhancing team efficiency by providing internal tools, guidelines, and best practices within the organizations. He believes that having the right tools, which make it easy for developers to do the right thing, is essential for building a great developer experience. Thus, when these tools are enablers for teams, they not only become more efficient but also build more reliable, scalable, and secure products.