[portland] SQLAlchemy @ PDXPUG (was Re: Meeting next week)
jek at discorporate.us
Fri May 9 21:12:26 CEST 2008
As it happens, I'll be doing a presentation on SQLAlchemy for the
Portland PostgreSQL Users Group next Thursday. (5/15, 7pm, FreeGeek)
I'll be presenting SQLAlchemy 0.5, which was just merged into the svn
trunk a few moments ago and will go into alpha soon. I'll mostly be
demoing ORM queries, eager-loading and inheritance, plus some cool and
pragmatic blending of ORM and relational operations that are now easy in
I'm happy to do a talk for PDX Python too, but I'm not up to
back-to-back talks this month. I can also speak to Michael Trier's
excellent django-sqlalchemy project somewhat, albeit mostly from an
under the hood perspective.
Matt McCredie wrote:
> I don't know if anybody has given a talk in one of the meetings I
> didn't attend but I wouldn't mind hearing about SQLAlchemy, or
> something similar.
> I was also thinking of giving a talk on configuration files. I had
> been discussing with co-workers how to use configuration files in
> python, and it turned into a discussion on using python files as
> configuration files, and we came up with some interesting constructs
> to do that. I don't really have anything prepared yet though. I can
> throw something together over the weekend though.
> On Thu, May 8, 2008 at 12:21 PM, Jeff Schwaber <freyley at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey Pythonistas,
>> We have a meeting next Tuesday. Thoughts?
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