The Well-Grounded Python Developer (Manning)
Wednesday, 23 August 2023

Subtitled "How the pros use Python and Flask2, This friendly guide shows how the Python ecosystem fits together, and grounds the reader in the skills they need to continue their journey to being a software developer. Doug Farrell builds on Python skills you’ve learned in isolation and shows you how to unify them into a meaningful whole.

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Farrell explains the array of libraries and teaches important concepts, like modular construction, APIs, and the design of a basic web server. As you work through this practical guide, you’ll discover how all the bits of Python link up as you build and modify a typical web server application—the kind of web app that’s in high demand by modern businesses.

Author: Doug Farrell
Publisher: Manning
Date: July 2023
Pages: 296
ISBN: 978-1617297441
Print: 1617297445
Kindle: ‎ B0C8VZXFYL
Audience: Python developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Python


Topics covered:

  • Building modules of functionality
  • Creating a well-constructed web server application
  • Integrating database access into your Python applications
  • Refactor and decoupling systems to help scale them
  • How to think about the big picture of your application

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