Dec 3, 2008 · 7:00 PM
Python's Web Server Gateway Interface (WSGI) not only enables a multitude of Python web frameworks to share code when it comes to deployment, but also enables entirely new levels of re-use for Python web development. This talk is focused on explaining WSGI, new types of re-use with WSGI middleware, and explore new frameworks that heavily utilize WSGI; in this case, Pylons. Moving beyond monolithic frameworks that try to do everything themselves, to new modes of development where you can use just the parts you want and still have active development communities to interact with.
7p - Check-in / Food
7.30p - Main talk.
8.30p - Q & A
9p - More mingling...
Please RSVP so we can plan for the right amount of food :-)
About the Presenter:
Ben Bangert is the Senior Web Architect for a project based out of Stanford Law School. His fascination with technology and programming have led him to experiment with and use a variety of web technologies. He believes strongly in the "right tool for the right job" motto and has been adding tools to his programming belt for over 15 years. He's been working with Python for the past 5 years, and created the popular Python Web Framework Pylons. He lives in Sonoma County, where in addition to working he hacks on Pylons and other Python web toolkits along with the occasional dog walk.