[Python-il] [pyweb-il:34] Re: Lighting talk

Ahik Man ahik.man at gmail.com
Thu Sep 4 12:06:19 IDT 2008

Hi Tal, All,
Your suggestion for lighting talk about DB API examples, seems very
Django debugging worth more time the 5 mins.


On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 12:00 PM, Tal Einat <taleinat at gmail.com> wrote:

> Ahik Man wrote:
>> There is a suggestion to have a "lighting talk" session in our coming
>> (busy) meeting.
>> The idea is to provide an opportunity to everybody to present a relevant
>> subject to the audience.
>> So if you are interesting to give an about 5 minutes Lighting talk, please
>> send me an email that include subject of the talk and short description.
>> The Lighting Talk session in the depends on the suggestions and demands.
> I would love to hear short bits about debugging Django (either in GAE or
> not), sounds like a good subject for lightning talks since someone can tell
> about a bug he had and how he traced it down or one can describe a certain
> debugging tool/method. Or perhaps that's better suited to be a subject for a
> future meeting?
> I'd also love to hear about how people are handling persistent data which
> can't easily be modeled to fit in a normal relational database, e.g. complex
> Python objects. But again perhaps this is a subject for more than 5
> minutes...
> If there's interest, I could show a few nice bits about the Django DB API,
> a few examples showing how to write nice, clear, efficient queries, since
> I've been doing that quite a bit lately, and it's really wonderful :)
> - Tal
> >

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