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With the growing demand for full-stack developers, it is important to learn how you can combine the powers of Python with other libraries to create amazing applications.Django has basic front-end support but we show how complex operations can be performed at the front-end. We show you how to unleash the power of Python’s Rest API and other functionalities to create compelling applications powered by ReactJS.We will be using a production-level database such as Postgres. Delving into key aspects such as code reusability, deployment and maintaining your application, we discuss production server configuration and bundle technologies with Python to provide an end-to-end web development solution.About the AuthorWayne Merry :CPA Work ExperienceFinancial Controller HOPE worldwide Australia (Development andbenevolence charity) 2013-2017 and consultant to HOPE worldwide Papua New GuineaInvestment manager Mimas Iapetus Trust 2005-2012General Manager Merry’s Specialties 2003-2004Trading Systems project lead Bourse Data 1998-2003Industrial Systems manager United Weighing Australia 1995-1998EducationBA App Sci (Computer Technology) 1991-1994Masters of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Hnrs) 2004-2008Masters of Professional Accounting and Masters of International Finance (2010-2012)InterestsBush Search and Rescue 2009 (developed GPS field training software using Djangofirst used 2011, and still in use)Third-world charity program implementation, reporting and managementChristianityI work too hard to listen to much music, but I love listening to techno while programming in Django!
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