While you can put simple projects in a single file, most Python development projects will require multiple files to keep them manageable. That means you need a way to import one file into another. However, many Pythonistas find importing files confusing. Fortunately, it is easy if you know the difference
For any fully functional deployable application, the persistence of data is indispensable. A trivial way of storing data would be to write it to a file in the hard disk, but one would prefer writing the application specific data to a database for obvious reasons. Python provides language support
Docker is a widely accepted and used tool by leading IT companies to build, manage and secure their applications.
Containers, like Docker, allow developers to isolate and run multiple applications on a single operating system, rather than dedicating a Virtual Machine for each application on the server. The use
The first action a customer takes after visiting a website is creating an account, usually to place an order, book an appointment, pay for a service, etc. When creating an account it is important to persist the correct email address in the system and verify the user's ownership.
One of the most "obscure" features of Python that almost all Python programmers use, even the beginner ones, but don't really understand, is context managers. You've probably seen them in the form of
with statements, usually first encountered when you learn opening files in Python. Although context managers seem