[VIDEO HAS ISSUES: house audio] Django is the most popular Python web framework, and the final release of Jython 2.5 should be available a couple of months before PyCon. This means we can now use a modern Python web framework on top of Java infrastructure by running Django on Jython. In this talk, we will show examples of how to use this combination, engage a discussion about what can take the Python (and Django) community from the Java world, especially the necessary infrastructure bits, and how a Django/Jython stack compares with other JVM web stacks like JRuby on Rails.
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