At EuroPython 2011 there was some very successful and popular training given on Twisted, presented
by Orestis Markou. The room was so packed the first time he gave the training on the Monday of the
conference, he was asked to do it a second time on the Wednesday.
- The nice way to write a twisted/plugin/foo.py file.
- How to use twistd to start your server instead of using a script containing reactor.run()
- serverFromString + StreamServerEndpointService (i.e. string endpoint descriptions) to specify where to listen.
- How to write a simple custom Service to do any additional setup required.
If you have any comments, patches are accepted of course. :)
I think it's an acceptable starting point if someone has a Protocol/Factory and wants to start the transition from "I've experimented with this and it works" to "This is a body of code I would feel okay packaging with distutils and deploying in a VirtualEnv on a hundred servers"