PyCon ORM panel liveblog

Source article: PyCon ORM panel liveblog I’m sitting about five rows back in the ballroom at the Hyatt, waiting for the ORM panel to begin. Panel’s starting. Moderator Alex Gaynor introduces himself and panelists: Guido van Rossum (App Engine) Jacob Kaplan-Moss (Django) Massimo diPierro (web2py) Ian Bicking (SQLObject) Mike Bayer (SQLALchemy) First question: brief history of your ORM SQLALchemy: wanted to do a […]

PyCon ORM panel liveblog

Source article: PyCon ORM panel liveblog I’m sitting about five rows back in the ballroom at the Hyatt, waiting for the ORM panel to begin. Panel’s starting. Moderator Alex Gaynor introduces himself and panelists: Guido van Rossum (App Engine) Jacob Kaplan-Moss (Django) Massimo diPierro (web2py) Ian Bicking (SQLObject) Mike Bayer (SQLALchemy) First question: brief history of your ORM SQLALchemy: wanted to do a […]

PyCon ORM panel liveblog

Source article: PyCon ORM panel liveblog I’m sitting about five rows back in the ballroom at the Hyatt, waiting for the ORM panel to begin. Panel’s starting. Moderator Alex Gaynor introduces himself and panelists: Guido van Rossum (App Engine) Jacob Kaplan-Moss (Django) Massimo diPierro (web2py) Ian Bicking (SQLObject) Mike Bayer (SQLALchemy) First question: brief history of your ORM SQLALchemy: wanted to do a […]

Twitter Spam

Source article: Twitter Spam I keep hearing people talking about how twitter is going to be over run with spam now that it is becoming mainstream. I really don’t understand this viewpoint, and will take time here to outline what they could be talking about, and what can be done. Read full article at “Eric’s […]