[Baypiggies] Brainstorming new talk ideas...

jim jim at well.com
Mon Jul 6 01:20:06 CEST 2009


Hi, Eddy, 
   It's possible that the bayPIGgies July 23 
meeting will be a talk on Django, possibly 
with multiple speakers each on a particular 
topic. If we go ahead with this, would you 
be able to help out with the databrowse part? 
hopefully, 
jim 
415 823 4590 my cellphone, call anytime 



On Wed, 2009-04-01 at 21:48 -0700, Eddy Mulyono wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 9:11 PM, Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com> wrote:
> > I don't know the official schedule, but I imagine that our next BayPIGgies
> > meeting will be sharing "What I learned from PyCon."
> > However, for the May meeting, I'd like to pitch an idea. I'd like to see a
> > Django themed evening. I'm a big fan of Pylons and other frameworks -- in
> > fact, I want to learn more about them -- especially for larger scaled
> > systems. But, my bread and butter these days is Django and I am going deeper
> > and deeper into it. I also saw that Simeon and quite a few others do Django
> > work.
> > I could do an introductory talk (or handle a topic of interest), but I'd
> > like to see others do a more advanced subject. For example, Simeon mentioned
> > a profiling tool for Django (which I'd not used before and would like to
> > learn more about).
> > What do you think about a 'Django themed' evening? What topics are people
> > most interested in? Who else would be willing to speak?
> 
> I can chime in a bit about django.contrib.databrowse.
> 
> -Eddy
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