Python is a unique language in that it is fairly easy to learn, given its straight-forward syntax, yet still extremely powerful. There are a lot more features under the hood than you might realize. While I could be referring to quite a few different things with this statement, in this
For a long time, user authentication on the web consisted of storing some very simple data (like a user ID) in the user's browser as a cookie. This worked pretty well (and still does for many applications), but sometimes you require some more flexibility.
Traditionally, to get this flexibility you
As any experienced programmer knows, dates and times are incredibly common in most application-level code. You might use dates for tracking the creation of an object, to track the time since an event occurred, or to save the date of an upcoming event. However, dates aren't easy to work with,
When you think of a database the first things that might come in to your head might be MySQL, MongoDB, or PostgreSQL. While these are all great choices for storing data, they're all over-powered for the majority of applications.
Consider a desktop chat application written with the Electron framework in