Python developers that are programmed to perform. Expert Python developers that build powerful and performance-driven python applications, fast. Python, as a language, has established itself as very robust and versatile. Its stability makes it ideal for multiple applications such as web applications, games, GUIs, AI, etc. Right now, with its community backing standing at the 5th largest in the world, it stands as the 4th most popular programming language in the world. That, combined with its simple syntax and the fact that it's used by major companies like Netflix, Dropbox, etc makes it the obvious choice for development.
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Maintenance & Upgrades
Tools and Libraries
- Django - Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
- Flask - The Python micro framework for building web applications that makes it simple to get started fast and scale apps.
- Material design (By Google)
- Materialize CSS (By Google)
- SNS by AWS
- Google Analytics
- Google Adwords
- Crashlytics by Firebase
CI / CD Deployment Tools
- Jenkins - An open-source CI server for building and deploying to test and production servers.
- BuildBot - A continuous integration framework with a set of components for creating your own CI server.
Testing - Manual Testing Databases
- SQL DBs
- SQLite DB
- Python is capable of managing sessions for a user/entity during the entire course of access.
- Python has the ability to save/retrieve user info by storing cookies in user's local file system.
- Flask - The Python micro framework for building web applications that makes it simple to get started fast and scale apps. It also allows handling sockets quite well.
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