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Python on the Cloud: Best Practices for Application Deployment on the Cloud


Python on the Cloud: Best Practices for Application Deployment on the Cloud

Date / Time
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
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Duration
1 hour

Presented By
A Dr. Dobb's Webcast

Overview

Join Amazon Web Services' Jinesh Varia and ActiveState's Diane Mueller to learn best practices for building & deploying web applications to the cloud with Python. They will discuss and demonstrate how a simple web interface gives developers complete control of computing resources, enabling you to develop, deploy, and scale in the cloud with ease.

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Featured Speakers:

  Jinesh Varia  — Technology Evangelist at Amazon, Amazon Web Services

  Diane Mueller  — Director, Enterprise Product Management, ActiveState


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