Just saw this via Python Weekly's email newsletter. Enferno seems to be a RAD (Rapid Application Development) framework of sorts, using Python, Flask, some Flask extensions, MongoDB AND MongoEngine, and Redis.
I've worked on a project or two using Python, Flask and MongoDB (which is a NoSQL database), and found it a useful combination for developing apps relatively quickly. Enferno may be worth checking out, which I will do sometime later and may then blog about it.
Here is an article about NoSQL by Martin Fowler that may be of interest to newcomers to the field. Fowler and Pramod Sadalage have also written a book, NoSQL Distilled, which is linked to from Fowler's NoSQL article page. I've read Fowler's earlier book UML Distilled, a small and useful summary of UML, and it looks from the title that their NoSQL book may be on the same lines.
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