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State of Pyramid

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Language: English
Level: Basic

As the merger of two successful Python web projects, Pyramid has solidified its position as the web framework to choose in between microframeworks and full-stack frameworks. In this talk, Paul covers the history of Pyramid, what it is and isn't intended for, and gives an update on recent events in the world of Pyramid and what the next year might hold.


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Paul EverittPaul Everitt
He is a partner in Agendaless Consulting, providing high-end services for web applications in Pyramid, Plone, and Python. He specializes in project management for large, complex content management deployments, particularly in the non-profit sector. Paul co-founded Agendaless after four years in France while starting and running a non-profit business partner network for Plone and Zope. In 1993, Rob Page and Paul Everitt co-founded Digital Creations, the creators of the first open source application server. Paul served in a number of positions, including Vice President of Products and CEO. During his tenure, Paul helped transition Zope from a proprietary application server to a leading open source solution, including 3 rounds of venture capital in excess of $14M. Prior to Zope Corporation, Paul was an officer in the United State Navy where he launched in 1993 as one of the first thousand public websites in the world. He also attended the first Python "conference" in 1994 and bootstrapped both the Python Software Foundation and the Plone Foundation.


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