Python is an incredibly versatile language. It’s considered to be a staple of modern development. It’s used for the simplest of scripts to complex machine learning and neural network training algorithms.
But perhaps the less-known usage of Python is its use as a web server. Overshadowed by more popular frameworks like as Node/Express and Ruby on Rails, Python is often overlooked as a web server choice for most developers.
Having a backend written in Python is really useful for several reasons, among which are:
According to the World Health Organization, approximately 285 million people are visually impaired worldwide, and in the United States alone, 8.1 million internet users have a visual impairment.
What most non-disabled individuals consider to be the internet, a place full of text, images, videos, and more, is something completely different for the visually impaired. Screen readers, tools that can read text and metadata on a web page, are very limited and can only expose one part of a webpage, namely the text of the site. …
Technology has played a key role in the United States labor market for centuries, enabling workers to carry out their daily tasks in a much more efficient manner. This increase in productivity, with the aid of technological advances, has led the United States to become one of the strongest economies in the world, regularly creating thousands of jobs and keeping a large plurality of the country employed. However, technological advances have also caused many workers to be displaced from their jobs as organizations have sought to reduce employment costs with increased usage of automation to replace low-skilled jobs (i.e. …
In 2008, the Center for Urban Economic Development surveyed 4,387 low-wage workers in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York City. They wanted to determine the extent of violations of employment laws in core sectors of the US economy.
They discovered that:
Github has made it easy for millions of developers to publicize their projects so they can attract users and collaborators. But these developers often find themselves spending hundreds of hours building a project, only to push it to GitHub and earn a mere one or two stars.
Together, we’ve built flask-base, which serves as boilerplate code for all of our products. …