[Chicago] July 9 ChiPy
Massimo Di Pierro
mdipierro at cs.depaul.edu
Wed Jun 24 18:44:31 CEST 2009
I am very much interested in CouchDB.
On Jun 24, 2009, at 10:01 AM, Daniel Griffin wrote:
> Most people seemed more interested in Couch so I can do that, but I
> think SQLAlchemy would probably be more useful. I still leave it up
> to everyone else to decide.
> CouchDB would consist of:
> -what it is
> - how you use it
> -what it excels at
> -what it sucks at
> - problems with the project/why you shouldn't use this yet
> SQLAlchemy would consist of:
> - super brief intro to querying and such
> - dealing with sessions while using threads
> - how to use SQLAlchemy without wanting to die
> - how to set up relations
> - pitfalls
> On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 9:51 AM, Carl Karsten
> <carl at personnelware.com> wrote:
> James Snyder - PyMite (this time for sure!)
> http://www.pythononachip.org "a significant subset of the Python
> language on microcontrollers without an OS."
> PyMite ligntning talk at PyCon09 http://carlfk.blip.tv/file/1996853/
> "lets Python run in a BILLION new places."
> And a special guest via the intertubes: Dean Hall, the lead PyMite
> developer: "July 9th is open for me and I'd be interested in
> virtual-attending and helping out with Q&A." Exactly how that
> happens is to be determined.
> Daniel Griffin - couchdb and or sqlalchemy stuff. If you have any
> desire to hear about one or the other of these, chime in now before
> Dan nails down what he is talking about. Dan, let us know once you
> are done nailing.
> And more giveaways! Some shirts, brains, Learning Python 3rd Edition
> (2.25 lbs), Python coffee mug and the return of the box of CDs
> containing 821K Learning Python 4E Chapter 10 and 26.pdf 821K "Unicode
> and Binary Data, String Changes in 3.0" - you do get a nice CD sleeve
> that you can put something important in. (I apologize to anyone who
> took one of these thinking it was the whole book.)
> Last month people showed of how much they knew about Python, which now
> that I think about it is exactly the wrong way to pick who gets a
> "Learning Python" book. So whats a good way to give out a dozen
> Carl K
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> Chicago at python.org
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