So my apologies for the slightly off-topic, “shout-out”-styled post, but I’ve been an active participant in watching the development of this title, Sylvain Hellegouarch’s first in what I can only assume will be many more-to-come in the future titles, since before the idea was even conceived. Of course, having had direct experience with just how difficult it truly is to successfully write a complete title, from beginning to end, this is an *AMAZING* accomplishment of which I believe Sylvain deserves a huge amount of credit for seeing this through to the very end.
Paperback 250 pages [191mm x 235mmm]
Release date Expected March 2007
ISBN 13 978-1-904811-84-8
Author(s) Sylvain Hellegouarch
Topics and Technologies Content Management, Open Source
This book covers the CherryPy library for Python web development from its history and installation through its main features and core concepts to its integration with Python and other products to construct, test, and deploy a sample photoblog application. The author Sylvain Hellegouarch is dedicated to the development of free software projects and has been coordinating and administrating the community efforts around the CherryPy project since 2004. The approach based on an example application introduces many other common Python libraries, providing transferable skills also relevant for non-web Python projects.
Nice! Now go buy two for you and the wife and then, after reading it from cover-to-cover (you could start an intra-family book club, having nightly meetings to discuss each chapter — you know — as a family! :D), consider yourself better, more informed, and ultimately smarter, increasingly blissfully wedded human beings as a result.
This book could save your marriage! Or make it worse, of course, dependent upon — as usual — the situation at hand, and even more so, ones own perspective. ;)
None-the-less: Congratulations, Sylvain!!!