March 8, 2001

Linuxatlax.org presents 'Powerful Web Tools' seminar

Author: JT Smith

Ismet writes: From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sat, March 10, 2001, at 2555
West 190th Street, Torrance, CA 90504,
Linuxatlax.org presents "Powerful Web tools: An Overview of
Zope/Python and Roxen".

Paul Everitt, co-founder of Digital Creations, Inc., will discuss
Zope, and our own Martin Bäehr will talk about the Roxen WebServer and Roxen Platform.
Zope and Roxen are two different open source application servers (web
servers with lots of support for active content and databases). Both
have large and happy user communities. Here's your chance to hear more
about Zope from the horse's mouth, and to learn about the lesser-known
challenger Roxen. Don't miss it!

DATE: Sat, March 10, 2001

ORGANIZATION: Linuxatlax.org - Linux user group

EVENT:"Powerful Web tools"-An Overview of
Zope/Python and Roxen. Used in web
application development and large scale
distributed web content management

SPEAKERS:Paul Everitt, co-founder of Digital
Creations, Inc., is scheduled to speak
about Zope/Python.
Martin Bäehr will talk about the
Roxen web server/platform

TIME:10am to 4pm

LOCATION:eLinux.com 2555 West 190th Street, Torrance, CA 90504-6002

DETAILS: http://www.linuxatlax.org

COST: Free

Additional information on the Zope portion of the seminar:

Zope is an Open Source application server, specializing in content
management, portals, and custom solutions. Zope is focused on rapid
delivery of rich solutions to wide audiences. It runs on UNIX, Linux, NT, Win9x,
Win2000
and Mac.

Paul will be reviewing it's architecture, implementation and follow with a
series of demonstrations.

This will including building a clustered application server, where all
three tiers (presentation, logic, and content) are transactionally
distributed.

Zope has a cluster mode called ZEO (Zope Enterprise Objects) that allows
one to add machines and distribute transactions. This will be included as
part of the hands on demonstration.

Please pass the information on to others. They can check the Linuxatlax
site for additional updates concerning this seminar.

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