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Irish Django & Python Web Development

Freelance and contract developer services

I've been using Django since around 2010 to build traditional CRUD/template-driven web applications as well as REST API's for front-end JavaScript apps.

Django is an extremely versatile web framework that is battle tested. It's got some of the best developer documentation around, an enormous community and a fantastic third-party library ecosystem.

Django's "batteries included" philosophy means you don't waste time having to write boilerplate code. It gets you up to speed quickly and easily and does all of the heavy lifting for you.

When you build something with Django, you know that it will be still supported in 10 years and that you'll be able to find experienced developers easily. I'm one of those developers and have been helping people with Django (and learning myself) on StackOverflow and Code Mentor for years.

There's a common trend for web developers to use the bleeding-edge, latest-and-greatest technology when building new apps. This is particularly prevalent in the front-end JavaScript world. This can provefatal for client projects. Will that library be around in 5 years?

I still reach for Django first when I want to experiment with a concept or build a long-term client project, so if you've got an existing Python or Django project you need help with, or think that you might want to build something, I'd be happy to help.

Whether you Django or don't Django

If you've got a project you need help with, or just want to discuss an idea you've been thinking about, get in touch and I'd be happy to talk it through with you.