PythonCAD is a CAD package written, surprisingly enough, in Python using the PyQt interface. The PythonCAD project aims to produce a scriptable, open-source, easy to use CAD package for Linux (Cross Platforms).
I start developing PythonCAD in my spare time and now python is the programming language that I mostly use.
I think that will be very interesting to tell my story and how I learn python pyqt ,sqlite, sympy... and how python and pycon and OpenERP change my job.
The goal will be to tell at the new python programmer how easy to use is python even for complex problem.
I can explain why I chose pyqt .. what kind of trouble I have found and how I solve it.
Starting from python going to pyqt and at the end how to deploy a python application with pyInstaller ...
I also explain my actual project OpenPLM an OpenERP module to manage PLM data into OpenERP
see you soon
Camelot is a Python framework that leverages SQLAlchemy and QT to build rich desktop applications. The model - view definition used was inspired by the Django Admin interface. Some see it as a replacement for MS Access, but it's underlying libraries allow much more advanced features.
In this talk we will focus on the changes and new features that were introduced in Camelot and more importantly, how they can be used in your applications. Those features range from Matplotlib chart integration and new types of actions to displaying custom SQLAlchemy queries in a table view.
We will share our experiences with large scale deployment of Python and Camelot applications to the desktop of the user. In a number of case studies we will point out the mistakes we made and how they were corrected.
by Matteo Bertozzi and Lorenzo Mancini
Teaser for http://lanyrd.com/2011/europytho...
by Matti Airas
This presentation introduces Nokia's Qt Development Frameworks and their relationship to Python. After an overview of Qt and the Qt ecosystem, Qt's history and future roadmap are discussed. Different Python bindings, PyQt and PySide in particular, are introduced. Finally, hands-on examples of Qt Quick with Python are shown.
20th–26th June 2011