- Web Development
- Session type
- Technical level
To introduce the Python enthusiasts to Apache Cassandra, a NO-SQL data base; it’s need in today’s world to manage humongous data.
Focus on using a programmer friendly Python Client library for Apache Cassandra – Pycassa with examples.
Ever wondered how or where are the likes & tweets from Facebook, Twitter getting stored? Is our good old RDBMS supporting this storage? Pondering on these questions, this session aims at introducing the need for a NO-SQL database- Cassandra, its features & limitations.
How to use Pycassa, a powerful python client library to interact with Cassandra making the programmer’s life easier! It includes how to get data from column family, insert keys -values etc with examples
Ramesh Rajini, currently working for Open Systems Team in Education & Research, Infosys Bangalore has 6 years experience on scripting languages like PERL, Python, PHP, TCL, sed &awk.
Work Area focus on Tools development, Training & Consultancy division. An Open Source community enthusiast , published & presented papers in many IEEE sponsored International & National level conferences.
Looking forward to meet Python enthusiasts @PyCon 2012, India.