[Chicago] Prudence

Adam Jenkins emperorcezar at gmail.com
Mon Sep 27 17:32:55 CEST 2010


+1 to hear about it in General. I don't really care to hear about it's
advanced uses till I get a general overview.

On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 3:18 AM, Tal Liron <tal.liron at threecrickets.com> wrote:
>
>
> Hey ChiPy,
>
>
> After more than a year of development, I'm happy to announce a release
> candidate for Prudence:
>
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> http://threecrickets.com/prudence/
>
>
> Yes, yet another web development framework for Python. Yawn. But this one is
> a bit different:
>
>
> 1. Embraces the JVM. That means Jython-centric, with some limited support
> for Jepp (real CPython on the JVM, bleh).
>
> 2. Designed ground-up for REST. Nothing about HTTP is hidden from you. You
> know, HTTP is actually really useful.
>
> 3. Non-blocking I/O and other adult thinking about concurrency.
>
> 4. Probably the most sophisticated caching system you've seen in a web
> development platform.
>
> 5. No data layer -- add your own. The example app uses SQLAlchemy. (I have
> other apps talking to MongoDB.)
>
> 6. Ready-to-rumble package -- just download, and will run on any JVM
> platform. Tested on Linux, OpenSolaris, OS X and Windows. Ubuntu repository
> FTW.
>
>
> I'd be happy to give a presentation to ChiPy on "Advanced Caching with
> Prudence". Even if you never use Prudence, you might get jealous and try to
> implement some of these tricks in your own platform of choice.
>
>
> Can I get a +1?
>
>
> A future presentation could also be about Scripturian, the underlying
> library that makes Jython work well in highly concurrent environments. I had
> to do a lot of hacking in the Jython source code, and learn things that no
> man should have to know.
>
>
> Love,
>
> Tal
>
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