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At Sunscrapers, we believe in knowledge sharing as a strategy for personal development. We organize, host, sponsor, and speak at numerous Python events dedicated to the developer community. 

Our blog is a space that serves a similar purpose – we aim to share our knowledge about Python with everyone interested in this amazing programming language. Have a look around for Python tips and tricks, how-to articles, lists of helpful resources (for example, Python libraries and modules), and step-by-step guides to solving some common Python problems.

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6 best Django tutorials and books for advanced Python developers

So, you’re a mid-level Python developer and want to learn Django? This article is for you. Finding beginner Django tutorials is easy. But if you’re a little more seasoned [...]

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Python best practices: How to contribute to Python open-source projects

Note: This article was updated on February 2nd, 2020. One of the things we love about Python is its rich ecosystem that comprises countless modules, libraries, and frameworks – [...]

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The Ultimate Tutorial for Django REST Framework: Selective Fields and Related Objects (Part 7)

This is the last part of my tutorial for the Django REST framework. Be sure to catch up with the work we’ve completed in other parts of the series: [...]

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How to set up a Django development environment?

To start a Django project, you just need a computer with an operating system, a text editor, and some knowledge about software development. But is it really convenient and [...]

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When to use Django? 3 examples and benefits for different industries

Django is one of the most popular frameworks for web application development today. This handy open-source framework allows for rapid development, offers support from a large and active community [...]

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PyStok #42 report: Python insights from Dominik Kozaczko and Lukasz Langa

PyStok is a Białystok-based group of Python enthusiasts who aim to spread the knowledge about this amazing programming language. Naturally, we help them on that mission! Sunscrapers sponsors PyStok [...]

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10 Django packages you should know

Are you starting a Django project soon? You’re probably wondering whether there are any useful packages out there that could help you out. Here’s a list of the most [...]

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Elasticsearch with Python: 7 tips and best practices

Elasticsearch is an open-source distributed search server that comes in handy for building applications with full-text search capabilities. While its core implementation is in Java, it provides a REST [...]

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How to use Elasticsearch with Django

Are you building a Django application that needs to search through a massive data set? You might be considering to use a standard relational database. But you’ll quickly find [...]

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Python best practices: Static typing in Python with mypy

Static typing is an approach to writing code that allows developers to specify the type of variables and return type of functions before the code is actually run. By [...]

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