IPC8 Zope Track
New at this conference is a separate Zope track, to be held in
parallel with the Python track. There is no separate registration fee
for the Zope track (you can switch tracks at any time), but for room
allocation purposes you are requested to specify your track preference
when you register.
Zope Track Schedule
Monday, January 24
(These tutorials are also listed on the Tutorial Program.)
Tutorial 1, Zope for Content Managers.
This tutorial covers the use of Zope as a platform for managed
content. Attendees should have a working knowledge of web
browsers, HTML, and awareness of running a web server.
Overview of Zope
Using the Zope management environment
Creating and managing web content in Zope
Introduction to dynamic pages with DTML scripting
Demonstration of the Zope Portal Toolkit
Tutorial 2, Zope for Developers.
This tutorial is aimed at developers that wish to extend Zope
by creating new kinds of objects or integrating external
information. Attendees should be familiar with Python or
other scripting languages.
Adding methods written in Python
Creating products with ZClasses and Python
Integrating relational databases
Tuesday, January 25
State of the Zope Address, Paul Everitt. (15 minutes)
Zope Futures, Brian Lloyd. (30 minutes)
WorldPilot, Ryan Hughes. (45 minutes)
Zope Business Partners
Wednesday, January 26
Zope Architecture, Jim Fulton. (30 minutes)
To Be Announced. (30 minutes)
To Be Announced. (45 minutes)
Metapublisher, Mark Pratt. (25 minutes)
Zope and XML, Amos Latteier. (30 minutes)
Object-relational development, Jim Fulton. (1h)
Backup talk: XML-RPC and SOAP, Amos Latteier.