By Jonathan ShareSharebear. Monday, July 14, 2008 4:49:05 PM
Now that I'm settled home and recovered from the great Vilnius Mojitos it's time to get the slides online before people start complaining ;-)
During the course of the conference I gave 2 presentationsSpring into Pylons
This was a talk on the experience we've had while working on widgets.opera.comSlides can be found hereCapistrano for Pylons Deployment
This was a talk on how we've found a tool for deploying Ruby on Rails projects useful for deploying out Pylons based widgets.opera.comSlides can be found here
If you think that you fit on a team that works with the kind of things described in the slides above, then let us know because we're hiring!
By Torgeir Lorange Østbytorgeilo. Monday, March 17, 2008 8:48:22 AM
What, why and how
We have just released a new version of widgets.opera.com where we have reworked our multi-language solution to support search engines. Instead of storing the user selected language in a cookie, which hides all languages except the default from search engines and indexers, we now have unique URLs for every language which the site is translated into.
In this blog post we present both the important client-side effects, and our technical Python and Pylons-based solutions on the servers. So if you are a user of widgets.opera.com, a developer who wants a similar site structure, or just passing by - read on!