Pycon 2012 : Hand Coded Applications with SQLAlchemy

Here’s the slides from my Pycon 2012 talk, “Hand Coded Applications with SQLAlchemy”. I had a great time with this talk and thanks all for coming ! Update: Here’s the video! <div id=”comment_blurb”>The content of this post belongs to the original author, . To leave a comment, head on over to <a href=”http://techspot.zzzeek.org/2012/03/12/pycon-2012-hand-coded-applications-with-sqlalchemy”>their original article</a>.</div>

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New Vanity Release

This release features the ability to display per package download statistics. With all the Python stats goodness going on recently, I got inspired to make a new vanity release. This release features the ability to display per package download statistics via the `-v` or `–verbose` command line argument. Here are some of my favorite results. […]

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django-sphinx sorting

Unfortunately, the django-sphinx module is not very thoroughly documented. One thing which I could not figure out is how to do sorting. I thought that I had to set some kind of keyword argument on the SphinxSearch instance… (I have to admit though that the sorting is indeed demonstrated in the project README.rst, I simply […]

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New Year’s Python Meme 2011

My response My response to http://blog.ziade.org/2011/12/20/new-year039s-python-meme-2011/. It was fun answering in 2009, so I thought I’d play again. What’s the coolest Python application, framework or library you have discovered in 2011? Pyramid. In early 2011 I released vanity, which later became pythonpackages.com(more or less). I used building the site as an excuse to learn Pyramid, […]

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