February 29 - March 2, 2012
Montreal, Canada

The WebCore Web Framework & Contentment CMS

Weakly held opinions, minimal complexity, and a strong philosophy combine to produce an extremely light-weight, efficient, and flexible web framework. WebCore features authentication and authorization that makes no assumptions about your application model, pluggable template and serialization engine API, self-organizing WSGI middleware, trivially simple multi-DB support, and first-class support for filesystem-like object dispatch, routes, XML-RPC, and Flash AMF.

WebCore scales from the trivial 5-line application through multi-component enterprise-scale applications and powers the Contentment CMS.

Contentment is a pluggable object-based CMF/CMS utilizing MongoDB as the storage engine built on top of WebCore and designed for extremely flexible integration as pure-CMS, hybrid, or contained within an existing application.

This 45-minute presentation will cover philosophy, features, and examples for both WebCore and Contentment.

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Alice Bevan-McGregor

Independent Contractor, OSS Enthusiast

Alice Bevan-McGregor is 27-year-old software developer, systems administrator, photographer, and musician from the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Alice has developed a number of open source packages including TurboMail, a Python mail delivery framework, NetLED, a network monitor featured in Linux Magazine, FileCaddy, a file manager for PalmOS, and most recently WebCore, a best-of-breed Python web framework.

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