Niall O'Higgins The Catch.com backend provides an API for publishing and querying your personal data - used by many hugely popular Android, iOS and Web clients. We ported this system to Python and MongoDB, using the Pylons Web framework. This talk details our reasoning for choosing - and experiences with - these cutting-edge Web and NoSQL database technologies in a high-traffic, real-world production system.
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