Thursday, April 26, 2012

Talk: Ivor Bosloper - GeoDjango

One of the last talks will present is from Ivor Bosloper. He will guide us through the many interesting aspects and use of GeoDjango. Read more here.

Thanks Guido van Rossum!

For mentioning PyGrunn on Google+! That makes us proud for sure!


Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Talk: Armin Ronacher: I'm doing HTTP wrong - A fresh look at HTTP from Python

We are truly proud to again welcome one of the most highly appreciated members of the Python community: Armin Ronacher. This time Armin will take a deeper look into something that we all use on a daily basis: HTTP. As he sums it up: "Every web framework under the sun follows the same fundamental principles. It's time to challenge some of the code details and rethink how we think and utilize HTTP." Highly recommended!

Monday, April 16, 2012

Talk: Bram Noordzij - Amazon Web Services. The good, bad & ugly

In this high-pace, in-depth talk Bram Noordzij will take you by the hand and lead you through the constantly changing landscape of Amazon Web Services. Along the way Bram will use both his wits and unparalleled technical skills to point out the good, bad and ugly. Highly recommended for everybody who realizes that software development is not done once the last line of code has been written.

Talk: Alexander Solovyov - GO

We are proud to welcome an old friend at PyGrunn 2012: The wonderfully brilliant Alexander Solovyov! While being a Python fan Alexander is always interested in other programming languages (as it should be). In this talk he will dive into GO. GO is the new kid on the block that has some interesting features. Alexander will dive into the details and highlight both the similarities and differences with Python. He will do so using network services as a use case. As usual you can find more information here.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

monthly PyGrunn talks from January to March!

Hello all!

First of all, remember that tomorrow we have the April's monthly PyGrunn:

And now the slides:

#1 From Java to Python, the Ivor point of view:

#2 Óscar talks about Celery and how to use it with python:

View more presentations from xota.

#3 Emil told us how to use "magic" modules from python that are there but no a lot of people know about them. Pitifully the slides are quite big, so, you can download them from Emil's dropbox.