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  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 826 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1839212500
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1839212505
  • Customer reviews:
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Ben Shaw is a software engineer based in Auckland, New Zealand. He has worked as a developer for over 14 years and has been building websites with Django since 2007. In that time, his experience has helped many different types of companies, ranging in size from start-ups to large enterprises. He is also interested in machine learning, data science, automating deployments, and DevOps. When not programming, Ben enjoys outdoor sports and spending time with his partner and son.

Saurabh Badhwar is a developer and open source enthusiast who is passionate about improving software performance and scalability. He has been actively contributing to Mozilla Servo and Fedora Project in the fields of Release Engineering, Quality Assurance and Community Building. He has been giving talks at various community organized events and universities to onboard and engage new members in the community. Saurabh is currently exploring Microservices Architecture and has been giving various talks on it. His most recent talk on Microservices Architecture happened at DevconfCZ 2018. Currently, Saurabh works as an Associate Software Engineer, Performance and Scale Engineering at Red Hat.

Andrew Bird is the data and analytics manager for Vesparum Capital. He leads the software and data science teams at Vesparum, overseeing full stack web development in Django / React. He is an Australian actuary (FIAA, CERA), who has previously worked with Deloitte Consulting in financial services. Andrew also currently works as a full-stack developer for Draftable Pvt. Ltd. He manages ongoing development of the donation portal for Effective Altruism Australia website, on a voluntary basis.

Bharath Chandra K S lives in Sydney, Australia, and has over 10 years of software industry experience. He is very passionate about software development on the Python stack, including frameworks such as Flask and Django. He has experience working with both monolithic and microservice architectures and has built various public-facing applications and data processing backend systems. When not cooking up software applications, he likes to cook food.

Chris Guest started programming in Python 20 years ago, when it was an obscure academic language. He has since used his Python knowledge in the publishing, hospitality, medical, and academic sectors. Throughout his career, he has worked with many Python web development frameworks, including Zope, TurboGears, web2py, and Flask, although he still prefers Django.

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