Apr 022007
 

Jacob Kaplan-Moss is one of the lead developers of Django. At his day job, he’s the lead developer for the Lawrence Journal-World, a locally-owned newspaper in Lawrence, KS where Django was developed.

At the Journal-World, Kaplan-Moss hacks on a number of sites including lawrence.com, ljworld.com, and kusports.com. He has co-authored a book on Django, “Pro Django: Web Development Done Right”. In this interview, he tells us about Django, his views on Open Source and about AJAX + Django.

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Feb 112007
 

TurboGears founder Kevin Dangoor has announced the release of TGWebServices, a multiprotocol web services toolkit for TurboGears. TGWebServices provides a super simple API for creating web services that are available via SOAP, HTTP->XML, and HTTP->JSON.
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Aug 062006
 

According to the survey done by O’Reilly, Javascript and PHP continues to lead in the book sales, while Python and actionscript are in the last position. There is a considerable rise in the book sales for Ruby as they have now passed sales for Perl books as well (they passed book sales for Python in the last year). Book sales statistics shows the dominance of Javascript and PHP, does that indicate the popularity?

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Mar 152006
 

Nice to see plenty of comments from Python language lovers on “Marketing Python – An Idea Whose Time Has Come“. Very rightly said by John, We need more Py-users spread the faith in Python, If we want to see the growth in Python users, we need to market the language, Lets see what can be done to attract the developers towards Python Language.
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