Eggs and Buildout Deployment in Python (Part 001)

Puzzled about Python eggs and packages? Wondering how to repeatably pull together collections of packages into standalone development, testing and deployment environments, all while managing inter-dependencies? In this participatory tutorial, we'll start with distutils, walk through using eggs in the cheeseshop and creating your own eggs, touch a bit on using virtualenv to set up a development environment, and then dig into using zc.buildout to rigorously control assembly specifications, with build recipes, versioning and dependency management. We'll close by showing how to create your own recipes. Attendees are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop or partner with someone who does.

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