‘Case study of a Pylons project’ notes

Rambling techie notes made during Max ISCHENKO’s talk at EuroPython 2007 Templating MAKO – globals are accessible SQLAlchemy rated over SQLObject [his opinion] Pylons next version handles multiple DBs out of the box Includes unicode encoding/decoding Validation htmlfill formencode (**?) TurboGears:- ToscaWidgets, now standalone alpha Pylons: only basic validation Testing paste.fixture [few docs] Deployment Restart supervisor2 [Look up] monitor app; […]

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‘Seamless object persistence with ZODB’ session notes

Rambling notes made during this talk in EuroPython 2007, please take with a pinch of salt. ZODB can be used standalone Persistence class is used as base class transaction.about() = rollback root[] = dictionary like object root[‘app’] = root object Storage options Filesystem Access to DB Pickle Serialise MappingStorage DemoStorage [reads live DB; writes to demo] ZEO database Can wrap […]

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EuroPython 2007: Sessions

Vilnius, Lithuania, 9-11 July 2007 This post expands upon my previous post outlining EuroPython 2007 conference. Sessions attended, sorely missed and topics to investigate further are detailed below. An overview of each session and links to any available resources can be found by clicking the title of the session. This post will also contain personal techie notes that I made […]

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EuroPython 2007

Vilnius, Lithuania, 9-11 July 2007 Recently I was lucky enough to attend the annual EuroPython conference. This year the volunteer run Python programming language conference was held in Vilnius, Lithuania. A range of topics were discussed, with much talk of the changes Python 3000 would bring and emerging Zope 3 technologies. Alongside the scheduled talks there were a series of […]

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