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In this article I will write about what can be behind that many big companies (like Google, Dropbox, NASA just to mention a few) use Python as a programming language of their choice.
If I would have to answer the question in one sentence I would say: Python is powerful. But let’s look at the reasons.
Recently one of my old co-workers sent me the URL to exercism.io. I looked at it and fell instantly into love.
In this article I will explain why I love the site and how you could benefit from using it too.
This article is about what am I doing currently and what my plans are for this blog in the (near) future.
I’d say it is worth to read this article although it does not contain any code or examples. However it contains topics for future articles and code examples…
After telling in two articles that SOAP is out and REST is in, I think it is time to introduce some REST services and an application to access them. The scariest thing in that I’ve read the first articles about REST (around 2009) when it came out into the market but never ever written a REST client (neither a server). But this will change now, five years later.
For this article I’ll look at the Diablo 3 API with Python.
After an introduction into “hardcore” SOAP development in Java on the Google App Engine (GAE) I’ll look at the Python side and make a Python project to compare between the two versions.
This article is interesting in two parts: not just because I’ll write about communicating with a SOAP service from Python — I’ll make this from the GAE. These two are currently unknown territories for me. Let’s see what I reach at the end of the article.
As mentioned in the previous article here is the second part of the story: calling Java from Python. Continue reading