- Montreal 2010
A presentation on the use of Python Web Frameworks, pitfalls, and history behind WebCore (formerly YAPWF). Covers the creation of a Paste-based web framework, core features, design decisions, rationale for the creation of a new framework, and an example application; the classic wiki. If time allows, using the wiki example as a reusable component in your own applications will also be covered.
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Independent Contractor, OSS Enthusiast
Alice Bevan-McGregor is 27-year-old software developer, systems administrator, photographer, and musician from the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Alice has developed a number of open source packages including TurboMail, a Python mail delivery framework, NetLED, a network monitor featured in Linux Magazine, FileCaddy, a file manager for PalmOS, and most recently WebCore, a best-of-breed Python web framework.