MongoDB at PyCon 2012

Hosted in Santa Clara, CA, PyCon is the largest annual conference for members of the Python community, featuring tutorials, talks, and sprints for developers and users at every level. The conference runs from March 7 through March 15.

10gen Engineer Bernie Hackett and Rick Copeland, Principal Consultant at Arborian Consulting (@rick446), will present the tutorial MongoDB and Python on Wednesday at 1:20pm, covering the driver PyMongo and the object-document mapper Ming as part of the discussion.

If you miss the tutorial, there'll also be a poster session, Using MongoDB with Python, on Sunday, March 11, at 10:25am, just before lunch. And of course, stop by booth 412 at any time during the conference to speak with a 10gen representative and get some answers to your toughest MongoDB questions. Have your badge scanned while you’re at the booth, and you’ll be entered to win a free copy of MongoDB in Action.

Tagged with: python, pycon, pymongo, ming, open source, MongoDB, Mongo, NoSQL, Polyglot persistence, 10gen

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