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PonyORM: The most Pythonic ORM yet?

Episode #87, published Tue, Nov 29, 2016, recorded Thu, Nov 3, 2016.

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If you could have any API you want for accessing data from Python, what would it look like? What would make it Pythonic? This week you'll hear about Pony ORM: Pony is a Python ORM with beautiful query syntax that lets you write your database queries using Python generators and lambdas.

Links from the show:

Pony ORM: ponyorm.com
Alexey on Twitter: @amalashkevich
PonyORM GitHub: github.com/ponyorm
PonyORM Twitter: @ponyorm
Getting started with PonyORM: docs.ponyorm.com
Pony ORM Editor: editor.ponyorm.com
2014 epython talk: youtube.com/watch?v=0PlpU8sMm80
JSON Data in PonyORM: docs.ponyorm.com/json.html
JSON1 Extension for SQLite: sqlite.org/json1.html
PonyORM eStore sample: github.com/ponyorm/pony/blob/orm/pony/orm/examples/estore.py
eStore Entity-Relationship Diagram: editor.ponyorm.com/user/pony/eStore
Explore the diagrams: editor.ponyorm.com/explore

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Alexey Malashkevich
Alexey Malashkevich
Alexey has more than 15 years of IT industry experience. Author of PonyORM. Prior to founding PonyORM, Alexey was a Principal Engineer at a New York-based financial company.
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