Page Statuses

Many pages on Full Stack Python are a work-in-progress. This page aggregates the status of each page on the site.

Each page can be in one of four levels of maturity:

  1. Not yet created
  2. Starter
  3. Intermediate
  4. Complete

Pages are never technically "complete" because there will always be the possibility of new sections and maintenance to the resources, but the aspiration is for all pages to be fully-fleshed out and in the "Complete" category.

Chapter 1: Introduction

Page Status
Introduction complete
Learning Programming starter
Why Use Python? intermediate
Enterprise Python intermediate
Python Community starter
Companies Using Python starter
Best Python Resources complete
Must-watch Python Videos intermediate
Podcasts starter

Chapter 2: Development Environments

Page Status
Development environments intermediate
Text Editors and IDEs starter
Vim complete
Emacs intermediate
Sublime Text starter
Jupyter Notebook starter
Shells starter
Bourne-again shell (Bash) starter
Zsh starter
PowerShell not yet
Terminal multiplexers not yet
tmux not yet
screen not yet
pymux not yet
Environment configuration not yet
Application dependencies intermediate
Dependency isolation not yet
virtual environments (virtualenvs) not yet
Environment variables not yet
Localhost tunnels not yet
Source Control intermediate
Git starter
Mercurial starter
Apache Subversion starter
Hosted source control starter
GitHub starter
BitBucket starter
GitLab starter

Chapter 3: Core Python Language

Page Status
Programming language starter
Language concepts not yet

Chapter 4: Testing

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Chapter 5: Documentation

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Chapter 6: Security

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Chapter 7: Web Development

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Chapter 8: Web App Deployment

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Chapter 9: Data

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Chapter 10: Web APIs

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Chapter 11: DevOps

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Chapter 12: Meta

Page Status
Change log intermediate
What "full stack" means intermediate
About the author complete
Page statuses intermediate
Future directions intermediate

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