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Python Web Apps with Databases


Wed, Apr 12, 7:00 PM (UTC)


About this event

This workshop will build on the first workshop Python Web Apps (where we learned the Flask framework) and introduce databases. We'll discuss data modeling and querying in the SQLAlchemy ORM, and then introduce the ORM-oriented Django framework. You'll get hands-on with data modeling and Django in several exercises. We'll conclude with a discussion of deployment strategies for database-oriented web apps on Azure.

Event Details:

Wednesday, April 12, 2023 | 3:00p - 5:00p EST / 12:00p - 2:00p PST

Cost: $40

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Attendees should have previous Python programming experience, and ideally have some experience with web apps or have attended the first workshop Python Web Apps.

Technical Requirements:

Attendees can either use their local computer for development (which will require Python and some additional downloads) or use Github Codespaces (which requires a Github account).

In order to do the final deployment exercise, attendees should sign up for a free Azure account and subscription ahead of time.

Code of Conduct:

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