[Plone-AsiaPacific] Fwd: SyPy Meetup Thursday 5 March 2009
djay at pretaweb.com
Sat Feb 28 10:34:33 UTC 2009
May be of interest Sydney based plone people.
Dylan Jay, Plone Solutions Manager
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Mark Rees <mark.john.rees at gmail.com>
> Date: 27 February 2009 2:32:15 PM
> To: sydneypython at googlegroups.com, coders at slug.org.au, announce at slug.org.au
> , Australasian Python Users <python-au at python.net>, ozzope at lists.ozzope.org
> Subject: SyPy Meetup Thursday 5 March 2009
> Reply-To: sydneypython at googlegroups.com
> SyPy - Mar09 - "Why I chose Django over Rails"
> Yes it's time for the second SyPy meetup of 2009.
> Start time: 6:45 - *please note start time*
> Google Sydney
> Level 18 Tower 1 Darling Park, 201 Sussex St
> Sydney NSW
> Notes: RSVP using anyvite,
> Please be outside the elevators at 6:30 sharp and
> Google people will escort you up. We will come back for late commers
> but if you are really late ring Mark on 0412 688620
> "Why I chose Django over Rails" - Ben Sand
> Ben will talk about why he decided to use Python and Django rather
> than Ruby on Rails for a web project.
> He will then discuss his experiences with Django to-date.
> After Ben's talk, there will be an opportunity for others to share
> their experiences.
> Bio - Ben Sand runs his own on-site IT services business and is
> studying computer science. To jump on the Web 2.0 bandwagon Ben had to
> decide on a framework for a new business he is involved with. With
> only some rudimentary programming and system administration skills at
> his disposal Django appeared an excellent choice for his project,
> owing to its low barrier to entry and powerful feature set one can
> grow into.
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