Keynote: Python and the Web: Can We Keep Up?

A session at Kiwi PyCon 2011

Saturday 27th August, 2011

9:00am to 9:50am (NZMT)

The web is changing fast. First, we'll briefly retrace the history of Python and the web, starting with the first Python web app, then progressing through the CGI and WSGI years. We'll analyze current Python web issues, describe where we're on the right track, and study areas where we ought to shift attention. Where is the web going? Is the Python web going in the same direction? What can we, as active members of the Python community, do to help ensure that Python will keep up?

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Audrey Roy

Creator of Cookiecutter & Python, JS, CSS open source libraries. Coauthor of Two Scoops of Django. @IEPyladies leader. Painter, sculptor, artist. MIT EECS 2005 bio from Twitter

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Time 9:00am9:50am NZMT

Date Sat 27th August 2011

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  • Two Scoops of Django
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