Pyramid is a great framework, and one of the things that makes it great is its configuration system, which provide both a great way to organize an application, and an elegant system to write extensions.

This talk explain how the configuration system works and how to use it, then uses example from recognized projects to show how to make the most out of it, both for structuring applications and writing extensions.

This is a talk I gave last summer at the Europython, and I just realized it might be a good idea to post it here. The slides are available here.

Bonus: Persona will save the world

I also did a lighting talk about persona (slides):