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(Video) Building Full-Stack Python Web Applications

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Software engineer Kate Heddleston gave a tech talk at Hackbright Academy about building full-stack Python web applications – where you manage every part of the application yourself.

Kate covered setting up a local development environment to setting up a production server with web application code. She also talks about how to deploy from your local environment to production with Heroku.

Kate talks about the reality of programming (and reading documentation), testing, and why libraries will make your life easier.

You can watch her tech talk on full-stack Python web applications here:

You can find her slides online Speaker Deck, or below:

About the speaker: Kate Heddleston is a web applications developer (Python & Django). Kate earned a Master’s degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, both from Stanford. She enjoys using open-source tools to build web applications, and especially likes building product features that interface with the user. Kate believes open-source technologies are the foundation of our modern tech-driven world and that automation is one of the core values that technology offers us. Thus, open-source automation tools are some of her favorite things in the world, just below puppies and just above shoe shopping. Follow her on Twitter at @heddle317.

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