Pylons Talk at the January Cambridge Python Meetup Group

I’m a little late in posting this here, but I’m giving a talk on Pylons, a rapid-development web applications framework, for the local Python users group this Wednesday evening.

The talk will primarily be comprised of an overview of the framework and the components that it brings together. Pylons’ use of existing libraries is great for code reuse, flexibility, and simply using the best tools out there, but it can make the initial learning curve a bit steep.

So, if you’re curious about Pylons or are looking for a MVC framework for building web apps and services in Python, come check it out.

You can find a full description and RSVP at the official Meetup page, or on Upcoming if you’re into that sort of thing:

http://python.meetup.com/181/
http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/407810

The slides for the presentation, as well as an HTML export of the outline (with lots of reference links) are attached to this post. I’ve now embedded the presentation from Slideshare behind the cut. You can download the complete Keynote file with presentation notes there.

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Pylons Presentation for CPMG.pdf387.44 KB
Pylons Presentation Outline - HTML.zip9.77 KB