Google App Engine puts your applications on Google's infrastructure. Just write your app, and you can scale and grow it without having to manage your own server or data center. In this session we will explore the different concepts that are important to that infrastructure for your own applications, and how to build and maintain your application using the Google App Engine SDK and management tools. The environment consists of a dynamic web server, persistent storage with queries, sorting and transactions, automatic scaling and load balancing, email and authentication services. The first language supported in Google App Engine is Python.
BIO: Dick Wall is a Google Developer Advocate, a Java and Python developer and enthusiast with around 15 years of programming experience, and a keen podcaster (co-host of the Java Posse podcast) not necessarily in that order.
$15.00 for non-SDForum members; Free to members.
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Added by FullCalendar on April 26, 2008