This year I had the wonderful privilege of being invited to give a keynote speech at PyCon APAC in Taiwan. My thanks goes out to Tzu-ping Chung, a Mezzanine contributor and the organising committee member whose idea it was to invite me to the conference in the first place.
The modern world of Python web development is chock-full of choices today — do we use a micro or a monolithic framework? Do we use a CMS or roll our own? Mezzanine is one project that aims to simplify these questions with a compelling offering for developing Python powered websites.
In this talk, Stephen McDonald the creator of Mezzanine will walk through the history of Mezzanine, covering the constraints that have dictated its design, its approach to providing simple yet flexible, rapid web development, through to the software eco-system and community that have developed around it.