Topic: Websockets by Rob Oakes
We live in a world where the technological state of the art is rapidly changing. In web development we've moved from applications which were primarily implemented in server code to smart clients. Users now expect to notified instantly when an update is available.
This presentation provides an overview of websockets, a new technology that can be used to build always connected web applications. We will discuss the fundamentals of how websockets work, and how we can take advantage of those features from Python. We will look at some of the fundamental libraries that can be used for writing websocket servers and clients. Finally, we will dissect the architecture of several real-world examples and talk about ways which they might be implemented on top of Python web stack.
-- Where --
14864 S. Pony Express Road
Bluffdale, Utah 84065
-- When --
Every Second Thursday from 7-9pm.
Please feel free to drop in at any time during the meeting.
Exciting News! Our November meeting has a sponsor, Dealertrack will be providing Jimmy John's sandwiches!
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Dealertrack currently has openings for 1 Python Engineer and 2 .NET Engineers.