[Baypiggies] Sharing AppEngine

Shannon -jj Behrens jjinux at gmail.com
Tue Apr 22 13:01:56 CEST 2008

On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 11:37 AM, Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com> wrote:
> I have seen several responses that some of our community is on the
>  waiting list for Google AppEngine. I didn't know anyone was waiting
>  (or I wouldn't have sent out this email yet).  Just know that you can
>  do 99.99999% of the development locally without ever uploading it to
>  the Google site. (One could argue also 100%).
>  I'm a 6-month Python newb, and I hadn't used any frameworks like
>  Django before this app I wrote. However, I think I can share what I've
>  learned that is specific to AppEngine/Google. Would anyone be
>  interested in getting together for local brainstorming?  (Please note
>  I'm very very behind on chores I said I'd do at home because of this,
>  so it may be a little time before I can commit)...
>  Again, I'm a newb.... But, I think I've learned enough I can share. If
>  nothing else, I can facilitate the group and learn from others if you
>  guys already have tons of experience in some of this...
>  Jim, I've always dragged my feet on a talk because I needed time to
>  prepare. Are you interested in a Google AppEngine talk? I can
>  certainly be prepared for this one.... And, obviously, there may be
>  more experts (i.e., from Google) -- people a lot more experienced than
>  me!  I'll easily yield to them/share the presentation with them if it
>  comes up. The important thing is that this is another cool technology
>  to explore =)
>  Jim, Let me know if you think it'd be a good talk?
>  Others, let me know if you're interested in an ad-hoc training/
>  learning facilitation meeting...


Personally, I'd love to see a talk on this.  I wonder if Guido might
want to say a few words too.


I, for one, welcome our new Facebook overlords!

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