[Python-au] SyPy this thursday 3rd dec "Gerald the half a schema" - Andy Todd + lightning talks

Dylan Jay djay at pretaweb.com
Sun Nov 29 21:03:19 UTC 2009

Note: Change of Venue + inclusion of free beer

"Gerald is a general purpose database schema toolkit written in  
Python. It can be used for cataloguing, managing and deploying  
database schemas. Its major current use is to identify the differences  
between various versions of a schema. A schema is a single logical  
grouping of database objects usually made up of tables, views and  
stored code objects (functions and procedures)."

We will also have 2 slots for 5 minute lightning talks. If you think  
its interesting and you're a pythonista then chances are we will to.  
Put together a few slides and bring it along.

About Andy:

Andy has spent far too long working as a consultant for Oracle  
Corporation and then a number of associated consulting companies.

Which means that he knows a lot about databases. Far too much some  
would say. He's used them to build OLTP systems, as well as Data  
Warehouses and assorted BI solutions. He's done everything from make  
the tea to run the whole shooting match..

*RSVP: Please RSVP on Anyvite to get your name on the door*


Time: 6:30PM (for a 6:45pm start) - 7:30PM (then pub for beer and/or  
food after)

Date & Time: Thursday, December 3 at 6:30 PM
Location: Anchor Systems Pty Ltd - Level 4, 81 York Street, Sydney NSW  

Getting There: It's a 8min walk from Town Hall station (directions http://bit.ly/5duZe1)

Go to level 4. If have any problems call Dylan Jay on 0421477460

NB. Anchor Systems has kindly offered free beer because they know and  
understand python developers :)

Dylan Jay, Plone Solutions Manager

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