Previously I’ve gone through the steps I take to get a solid development machine setup. From the base operating system load, to the browser and basic IDEs I install. Now I’ve got more videos and the respective notes and details about what two language stacks I setup next; Python and Go.
I’ve worked with Python almost entirely from the maintenance programmer perspective. That is, I take other code written already, make edits, add features, and then redeploy it. I’ve created exactly zero greenfield applications in Python. That changes today however, with the creation of the didactic-engine-flask app! I’m creating this app with the purpose of covering the topics needed to get a good reference application built with Python using Flask. This will be one of many posts, each stand alone in intent. With that overarching goal in mind, time to get coding.
I wrote some days ago a post “Getting Started With Python Right!“. In this post I wrote about what I’d … More
I’ve gone through a gazillion ways to setup Python, ensure I’ve gotten the right version installed on MacOS. This is a quick guide I’ve put together if you’re getting started or looking at a more defacto set way to get it installed. I’ve added links for Linux and Windows too, but specifically cover MacOS in this post.