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Valentino Gagliardi
Tweeting about Django and JavaScript - Telegram channel: - Writing Decoupled Django 🖋
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Valentino Gagliardi 4h
Replying to @TheSchadenfreu1
Absolutely, if you don't need dynamic interactions on the page
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Valentino Gagliardi 15h
Replying to @przlada
Nice pizza!
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Valentino Gagliardi 17h
Replying to @be_haki
😇
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Valentino Gagliardi 17h
Replying to @birarakisarap
Let's shake hands :-)
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Valentino Gagliardi 17h
Replying to @Muhamme20966109 @hjwp
Then you should read Architecture patterns with Python
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Valentino Gagliardi 20h
Replying to @thomas_k_r
Ahah right
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Uzochukwu Tochukwu Theophilus 22h
Replying to @gagliardi_vale
I remember when I tried to use flask. The experience was like the nightmare I had when I tried express.js where you have to do everything virtually yourself. Django has been a breeze for me. I just plug in all the tools I need and I start hacking.
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PyCon Italy 23h
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Valentino Gagliardi 21h
Replying to @keul
lol
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Valentino Gagliardi 22h
Replying to @PintaMedicea @yakkys
🍻
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Chris Albon Nov 27
Late 1960s: “We will build a distributed global network so that if a single node is destroyed by a nuclear attack, the network is unaffected.” 2020: us-east-1 is down so you can’t turn on your oven.
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Valentino Gagliardi Nov 28
Replying to @yakkys
😍
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Valentino Gagliardi Nov 28
Is there any simple way to get autocompletion in Python's pdb console?
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Iacopo Spalletti 🐍 🍻😷 Nov 28
To me Django it's still my way to go for more complex websites :) But most of my projects has a very large standard rendered templates pages I go with fastapi for services with high concurrency where the extra effort compared to Django is paid off by the extra performances
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Valentino Gagliardi Nov 28
Replying to @jangiacomelli
fastapi is hot!
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Valentino Gagliardi Nov 28
Replying to @robinpokorny
what approach do you mean? Mine or his?
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Paw Nov 27
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Valentino Gagliardi Nov 28
I guess all Django developers share a common story. They built a lot of stuff, tried a micro-framework, but in the end, they always returned to Django because it is opinionated, and offers all the tools for building full-stack web applications with Python. What's your story?
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Valentino Gagliardi Nov 28
I buy a new laptop only when the old one is so broken that fixing it would cost more than buying a new one, OR, when it becomes an impediment for my work. My last laptop lasted 6 years.
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Valentino Gagliardi Nov 27
Replying to @akmur
Ahah
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