Practical Python Plus Django - Nov. 15-19 - Chicago

David Beazley dave at
Tue Oct 26 14:53:30 CEST 2010

	       One Week, Two Courses, Three Instructors

		     Practical Python Programming
			November 15-17, 2010.

An intense no-bull Python course for programmers, sysadmins,
scientists, and engineers who want to know how to use Python to solve
all manner of practical problems. Topics are aimed at tasks that you
face on a day-to-day basis. For example, analyzing data files,
encoding/decoding various file formats, accessing databases, scraping
web pages, automating system tasks, and more. Even if you already know
some Python, you will walk away from this course with new insights and
ideas on how to write better programs.

		Jamming with Django : An Introduction
			November 18-19, 2010.

A two-day hands-on course where students will go through the basics to
the not-so-basics of putting together a Django web application. Topics
include databases and the data-model abstraction layer, processing web
requests in the view layer, handling user interaction through forms,
reusing pluggable Django applications, the template language, project
organization, best practices, and tricks of the trade.


These courses are taught by David Beazley, author of the Python
Essential Reference and Chicago-area Django developers Chad Glendenin
and Rodrigo Guzman, founders of PyBrew.   Attendance is strictly
limited to 6 students.   More information is available here:


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