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Here is part 2 of "Coming into Python from another Industry" on @talkpython. It's episode 174 with @btskinn @markgreene74 and Teresa Borcuch: https://buff.ly/2MmTqET
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Will there be a PyBlazor? That is just one of the questions pondered by @brianokken and @mkennedy on @pythonbytes episode #91 https://buff.ly/2OB1Hlg
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Many people come into Python and software development from other industries. Here is the part 1 highlighting 7 different people's journeys into Python. It's @talkpython #173: Coming into Python from another Industry (part 1) https://buff.ly/2vsMfjQ
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What if we could design our web app and use design patterns so that we only change two files out of many to completely replace the data access technology (RDBMS to NoSQL)? Not only is it doable, it's the final chapter of our Data-driven web apps in Pyramid course at
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Testing web applications has its own special challenges. How do you test your controller methods without needed access to a database? What if that method uses the web infrastructure (request/response objects)? How do you "fake" those? See how it's done in Pyramid with our latest course at https://buff.ly/2K2PdQR
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Heard of the view-model pattern in web apps. They massively simplify and isolate data exchange and validation. Your controller methods will thank you and your tests will become more focused. We cover it in our new course Data-driven Pyramid course at https://buff.ly/2K2PdQR
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ORMs are great, until your database schema changes or gets out of sync. Then they are a huge challenge. Luckily, we have database migrations and Alembic for SQLAlchemy. Learn all about Alembic in our new Data-driven web apps in Pyramid course at https://buff.ly/2K2PdQR
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Using SQLAlchemy and Pyramid to build web applications with Python may be the very best way to work with a relational database for your site. We send 2.5 hours of "live" demos building out our data-driven site in our latest course. Check it out at https://buff.ly/2K2PdQR
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Today is the final day to get our early-bird pricing and save $10 off our newest course, Data-driven web apps in Pyramid. Deal ends at 12pm pacific time today. Be sure to get in on it before it's gone: https://buff.ly/2KbEt2h
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Wondering about our latest course: Data-driven web apps in Pyramid? Check out the introduction video we just published to @youtube
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