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Beginning Python Webservices

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Beginning Python Webservices

Jeff Hammel's picture
Course organiser: Jeff Hammel
About the Course Organiser: 

I joined Mozilla's Automation and Testing Team this year.  I've been using python to develop web technologies for the past five years and have over a decade of programming and linux experience.  I favor a first-principles and empirical (learning by doing) approach to software development.  Most anyone can learn programming if they want to, like any other skill.  There's no arcane magick.

I've never taught a web course so I'm not sure how this is going to work.  But I'm hoping for the best!

No of Seats: 
10
Course Status: 
Completed

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Want to learn about the protocol that runs the web (HTTP) and how to make web services with Python? #webcraft #p2pu

Summary

Python (http://www.python.org) is a powerful, high-level programming language that is easy to learn and easy to make highly customizable web-sites and play with web technologies. While for many enterprise-class sites, a complicated stack of technologies and integrated web frameworks may be required to achieve complex goals, using python and WebOb (http://pythonpaste.org/webob/) -- a basic request/response object -- allows a first-principles approach to understand the HTTP protocol and making a wide variety of web sites in a flexible manner.

The course will center on using python and associated technologies to explore how HTTP and HTML works. Only the basics will be covered, but this should be enough to point newcomers with the predisposition towards making and debugging more complex sites. Students will create web services that include hosting static content, persisting data using the filesystem, middleware, generating dynamic server responses, and using a template language (genshi). The basics of REST and good architecture will be introduced covering the basics of how to view programming and good architectural design.

From https://wiki.mozilla.org/Drumbeat/p2pu/courses/pythonwebservices

Course material:

http://k0s.org/mozilla/craft/

Schedule/Syllabus

Comments

Very interesting discussion.

Drake Smith's picture
Drake Smith
Tue, 2010-09-07 15:22

Very interesting discussion. To translate: Traductor de idiomas.

hi everybody! I'm looking

Lavinia Loredana Marginean's picture
Lavinia Loredana ...
Sun, 2010-09-12 12:42

hi everybody! I'm looking forward to learning from all of you! :)

Jeff: Is is still possible to

Gary Bryant's picture
Gary Bryant
Fri, 2010-10-08 02:03

Jeff:
Is is still possible to join this class? I have taken Java courses, html, and others.
Gary Bryant

The course is more than

Jeff Hammel's picture
Jeff Hammel
Fri, 2010-10-08 17:31

The course is more than halfway done. People are free to sit in on the course, but its a bit late to become a full-time participant. Maybe next time?

good

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jack london
Thu, 2010-10-14 10:40

good

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