djangocon 2008: Malcolm Tredinnick on the django ORM
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07 septiembre
2008

djangocon 2008: Malcolm Tredinnick on the django ORM

the plumber is here man!

The first django congress website

One of the most interestings talks up until now, Malcolm Tredinnick covered some aspects on how the ORM works, how to different data storage backends are defined (and how a new backend could be created) or how to understand django's QuerySet and Query objects.

I'm getting tired myself (as I didn't sleep so much last night), so I missed some parts of the talk while in a sleepy-halfstandby state :(

Now on to Justin Bronn - Geodjango (just after the snack break)

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