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Enterprise-class open source Web development step-by-step, start-to-finish!
Python is 100% enterprise ready, with powerful database, network, and Internet support. Now there's a book that shows you Python at work in a real enterprise environment. Web Programming in Python demonstrates exactly how to build robust, Web-based systems that integrate Python with three powerful open source technologies: Linux, Apache, and MySQL. Coverage includes all this, and more:
In an extensive case study section, you'll discover the new open source Slither Application Development Framework, and use it to build two powerful collaboration and e-commerce applications.
If you're ready to use Python and open source in a real production environment, one book delivers the techniques and code you're looking for: Web Programming in Python.
The software in this book is distributed under open source licensing terms and is available freely from
GEORGE K. THIRUVATHUKAL is a principal in Zirve! Technologies LLC and is visiting associate professor at Loyola University. He also holds an adjunct professorship at Northwestern University in the ECE department and its MITP program. He is an active researcher and developer in distributed systems, programming languages, and operating systems.
JOHN P. SHAFAEE is a software developer at Hostway Corporation in Chicago, Illinois, where he leads and develops projects with Python on the Linux platform. He is an active researcher in distributed systems and cluster computing.
THOMAS W. CHRISTOPHER is a principal in Tools of Computing LLC, a Chicago-area consultancy specializing in high-performance computing and object-oriented languages. He authored Python Programming Patterns and, with George K. Thiruvathukal, he co-authored High-Performance Java Platform Computing. Christopher was formerly a professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
There's lots to like in this book. It takes you on a grand tour of a lot of techniques you may need to know if you want build a Web application. Read morePublished on June 14, 2009 by M. Henri De Feraudy
While this book is quite dated by computer technology standards, about 2/3 of it is just as relevant as when it first came out. Read morePublished on April 18, 2009 by Joel Kolstad
Chapters 1-6 did not contain enough examples to get into thr mindset of the book. In particular, I would have like information better leading into the heart of the book in Chapter... Read morePublished on September 13, 2005 by Thomas L. Lucero
Talk about a sleeper! This book may be one of the best kept secrets in the world of Web programming books. Read morePublished on October 7, 2004 by DK Smith