[Twisted-Python] Twisted Presentation Materials...
yqiang at gmail.com
Fri May 9 12:39:58 EDT 2008
On Thu, May 8, 2008 at 10:21 AM, Andrew Francis <andrewfr_ice at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Glen:
>> This is a good opportunity to decompose Twisted
> into >its core elements... kinda how it would be
> presented >to mathematics folks. If I don't screw it
> up, it might >even be useful to a broader audience
>>to figure out what Twisted is and the kinds of
> problems it addresses.
> In my PyCon 2008 talk, "Adventures," I have one slide
> that categorises Protocols, Deferreds, Callbacks, and
> the Reactor. I think those are the key components of
> Twisted. For greater completeness, I would add
> (protocol) factories.
> I guess a type or set theorist would want to know what
> sort of operations one performs upon objects of these
I think that actually most people there will probably not be so much
interested in the theory behind twisted as opposed to what
twisted can do for them...now. Mathematicans can be very practical you know ;-)
I think you're right that giving an broad overview of the concepts
behind twisted is a good idea.
Can give a link to your slides when you think it's ready? I would love
to read them.
> I have another slide that describes Twisted's control
> flow (from what I can tell). There I get into the
> MainLoop and reader/writer sets (there are a few more
> entries there). Unfortunately I haven't gotten around
> to properly labelling stuff there on the slide.
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