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Ben Bangert is a San Francisco Bay Area programmer, best known for his open-source work creating and contributing to Python libraries such as Pylons, Beaker, and Routes.
He currently works at Mozilla.


WSGI/Pylons Talk in San Francisco tonight (Dec 3rd)

I’ll be giving a talk tonight about WSGI, making apps using it, and Pylons tonight in San Francisco. If you live in the Bay Area and have been wanting to learn more about some of the packages utilizing WSGI, as well as Pylons, RSVP soon as they’d like to get some numbers for food.

Here’s the meetup event page for the talk. This is one of the longer talks I’ve given, so I should actually have enough time to cover the topics (WSGI, WSGI Middleware, making low-level WSGI apps with WebOb, making small WSGI stacks, and Pylons) in good detail, as well as some demonstrations.