There are a bunch of new tutorials on Full Stack Python that were written since the last time I sent out an email newsletter. These range from getting started with some popular open source projects to integrating third party APIs to build authentication into Flask applications:
Configure Python 3, Flask and Gunicorn on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS shows you how to set up your Python and Flask development environment on the latest Ubuntu Long-Term Support (LTS) release.
How to Add User Authentication to Flask Apps with Okta covers using OpenID Connect and the Okta API in Flask applications to handle user authentication.
How to Provision Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Linux Servers on DigitalOcean is a quick tutorial for developers who have not seen how easy it is to spin up a virtual private server on DigitalOcean for hosting their Python applications.
How to Explain Your Products to Developers is based on a talk I gave to a group of technical founders and investors in Silicon Valley. It's a bit different from my usual step-by-step tutorial in that it gives strong advice based on my experience rather than show how to use an open source project or integrate a third-party API.
Got questions or comments about Full Stack Python? Send me an email or submit an issue ticket on GitHub to let me know how to improve the site as I continue to fill in the table of contents with new pages and new tutorials.
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